Syrian opposition bombs asphalt factory, kidnaps three people
Civilians are often caught in the middle of the brutal civil war. (AFP/File)
The Syrian opposition has carried out a bomb attack against an asphalt factory in the province of Hama.
Three people, including the asphalt plant director, were kidnapped during the attack against the factory, which is located near a highway between the cities of Hama and Salamiyah, on Wednesday.
The militants also fired two rockets which caused material damage in the city of Mhardeh in Hama province.
Meanwhile, opposition sources said militants also seized an area between two airfields in the Qalamoun region near the capital Damascus. The opposition claimed the militants launched a mortar attack on al Zamir military airport, killing a high-ranking commander and several Syrian soldiers.
The sources also said militants forced troops out of areas around the airport.