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BEIRUT, March 23 (Itar-Tass) —— Syrian government troops began on Thursday to storm the town of Binnesh in Idlib province close to the border with Turkey, AFP reported saying bomb explosions and gunfire were heard in the streets and residents were fleeing.
It quoted a commander of opposition forces as saying the town “will become an inferno” if government troops enter it.
Four months the Syrian army attempted to establish control over the town but was repelled.