|dethalternate||Date: Thursday, 24-October-2013, 8:42 PM | Message # 1|
-- dragon lord--
For a long time Syria's Palestinians managed to stay out of bloody civil war. But the infiltration of foreign fighters with big dreams and even bigger promises of money forced the residents of Yarmouk in southern Damascus to choose sides and take up arms against people they'd known their whole lives.
Syria, including the capital Damascus, suffered large scale blackouts after an explosion at a gas pipeline.
Much of the country was left without power when artillery, said to be fired by rebels, struck a gas pipeline that supplies a power station.