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Syrian government troops are mopping up Aleppo2012-07-31 11:48
The military operation of the government forces against armed opposition in Aleppo is continuing for the third day, the BBC reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Turkish authorities stated they would use military force if necessary to prevent a repetition of what happened in the Iraqi city Halabzhi, when Saddam Hussein used chemical weapons out there, which led to heavy casualties among the civilian population.
Official Damascus reported about the mopping up from the armed militants in the Saladin district of Aleppo. Official Syrian media also reported on the readiness of the armed forces "to pursue terrorists until Aleppo is mopped up", the RBC reported.
Meanwhile, the actions of the government forces do not meet understanding among the international community. In particular, the previous chairman of the League of Arab States, Nabil el-Arabi called the actions of the Syrian army in Aleppo a war crime; and France is going to hold an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council members.
Recall, August 1, 2012, France becomes the chairman of the UN Security Council.