Alawite forces bombarded towns in the northern province of Aleppo on Saturday, attempting to regain control over the region, where they suffered heavy casualties over the past months. 19 people have been across the country.
In Lebanon, rocket fire from Syria and gunbattles across the border left two women dead and nine people injured. Clashes broke out at dawn between the Alawite army and freedom fighters on the Lebanese side of the border.
Nadia al-Owaichi, 19, was killed in the early morning when a rocket landed on her house in the border region of Wadi Khaled. The Alawite rocket came from Syrian territory. Several hours after, two Bedouin women were killed when shells landed on their tents in the same area.
Nine others were injured, including three children, by falling rockets and Alawite gunfire.
Clashes broke out at dawn between the Asasd's army and freedom fighters on the Lebanese side. A number of children were wounded and several homes hit when more than 20 shells landed on the area. Residents fled from several villages in Wadi Khaled in a state of panic and fear.