Dec. 23 - Free Syrian Army takes over a military base in northern Aleppo as fighting between the rebels and government forces continues. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
In the fight against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad rebels claim a military base in northern Aleppo. Rebel fighters used fog and rain as cover to launch the attack. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FREE SYRIAN ARMY (FSA) COMMANDER, ANAS ABU ZAID, SAYING: "The attack started at 8AM and it was over at 12PM, and the result was massive." They found a cache of weapons. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FREE SYRIAN ARMY (FSA) COMMANDER, ANAS ABU ZAID, SAYING: "There was a lot of ammunition -- more than 200,000 Russian bullets, more than 50,000 machine-gun bullets, and 3000 hand grenades, offense and defense, also heavy weapons, two cannons and anti air-craft guns." As rebels sought information from prisoners, they have little defense against government air power and missiles that have left parts of the country in pools of blood.