ISIS jihadists enter Syria along Iraq border

Battling Al-Qaeda affiliate Jabhat An-Nusra

10 April, 15:07

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    (ANSAmed) - BEIRUT – Al Qaeda fighters entered a Syrian town along the border with Iraq on Thursday morning, say activists from the eastern region Deir Az-Zor. The sources say that members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Ash-Sham (ISIS) have entered Abu Kamal, a few kilometers from the border crossing with the Iraqi Anbar province. Sources say that clashes are underway in the outskirts of Abu Kamal between nationalist Syrian rebels and their Al-Qaeda affiliated allies Jabhat An-Nusra against ISIS jihadists. According to reports unable to be independently verified, at least 20 people have died in the clashes. Explosions and machine-gun fire can be heard in the background of amateur videos from Abu Kamal recorded this morning in the city center. (ANSAmed).

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