BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:15 P.M.) – A roadside bomb killed four Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters inside the Dara’a Governorate, pro-opposition pages reported on Sunday.

According to pro-opposition activists, a Free Syrian Army group’s vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb along the road between Karak Al-Sharqi and Rakhim in eastern Dara’a.

The Free Syrian Army fighters belonged to the Southern Front group known as “Jund Al-Malahim.”

The Free Syrian Army has accused the Syrian Army of planting the IED.

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