Army shelling of Syrian town kills 7 civilians-group
AMMAN May 15 (Reuters) - At least seven Syrian civilians were killed on Sunday when Syrian troops shelled the town of Tel Kelakh near the border with Lebanon to quell a pro-democracy uprising, an activists' protest group said.
The shelling concentrated on al-Burj, Ghalioun, Souk and Mahata neighbourhood, the Local Coordination Committees said in a statement. (Reporting by Khaled Yacoub Oweis)
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