Middle East

February 19, 2014

New split leaves in doubt future of U.S.-allied ‘moderate’ rebels in Syria

In a mutiny against U.S.-backed civilian leadership, ground commanders of Syria’s moderate rebel forces Wednesday rejected the appointment of a new chief of staff for the rebels’ Supreme Military Command and said they will take orders only from the ousted chief, Salim Idriss.

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