Middle East

Syrian rebels wary of government informers

Opposition forces in Aleppo claim they are being undermined by informants in their midst.
Last Modified: 09 Dec 2012 12:23

Five months after Syria's opposition fighters gained a foothold in the country's biggest city, they are still struggling to take full control.

In fact, the anti-government forces seem to be increasingly fractured, and undermined by informants in their midst.

Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr gained access to Aleppo, and filed this exclusive report.


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