1. Changing Tactics

    Syrian Rebels Move Command to Turkey

    In this Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012 photo, a wounded man waits to be treated in the waiting room of Dar El Shifa hospital in Aleppo, Syria. Dozens of Syrian civilians were killed on Thursday, four children among them, in artillery shelling by government forces in the northern Syrian town of Aleppo. (AP Photo/ Manu Brabo)

    Manu Brabo / AP Photo

    The Free Syrian Army, Syria's main rebel group, announced on Saturday that it is moving its command center into Syria itself. The group, whose commander claims it is being pressured by the international community to take the lead in Syria's post-war government, was previously headquartered in Turkish territory just across the border. The transition is in preparation for an offensive against government troops in Damascus. Meanwhile, the Free Syrian Army reportedly shot down an government fighter jet over Aleppo on Saturday, and activists said fighting in and around the border town of Nasib continued Saturday morning.

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