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Syrian rebel commander dies in an air strike.

ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- One of Free Syrian Army's most popular and talented commanders, Leader of Liwa Tawhid brigades Abdul-Qader al-Saleh died in Turkey of wounds in an air strike on a FSA held base in Aleppo province of Syria on Thursday. Al-Saleh passed away in Turkish eastern province of Gaziantep, where he was brought and hospitalized after the attack.

Sustaining serious wounds in the air strike Abdul-Qader al-Saleh was brought to Turkish province of Gaziantep and was hospitalized. For all doctors' efforts al-Saleh lost his life in a cardiac failure.

Allegedly Bashar al-Asad regime putted two million US Dollars price on al-Saleh's head. Rebel commander laid to rest in Aleppo on Tuesday.



VAR interview with al-Saleh

Cihan Reporter taking notes during the interview



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Publication:Cihan News Agency (CNA)
Geographic Code:7SYRI
Date:Nov 19, 2013
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