Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

National and World

November 13, 2012

Despite rebel deal, Syria can keep up the fight

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Israel has steadfastly tried to avoid getting sucked into the Syrian conflict, but it has grown increasingly worried after a series of mortar shells have struck territory in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights in recent days. On Sunday, Israel fired a "warning shot" into Syria in response to the shelling.

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Murphy reported from Dubai. AP writers Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow, Dale Gavlak in Amman, Jordan, and Aron Heller in Jerusalem contributed to this report.

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