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Topic - Ahmad Al-Faj
Syrian rebels have taken over a large military base in the country's north, carting off tanks, armored vehicles and truck-loads of munitions their leaders say will give them a boost in their fight to topple President Bashar Assad.
Al-Faj said the battle was one of the greatest munitions coups for the rebels since the start of the uprising against Assad in March 2011.
But he said the rebels had taken about 50 prisoners, all of whom would be put on trial by a rebel court.