Syrian forces opened fire on various towns Friday, activists said, as the opposition planned mass protests after prayers to continue the revolt against President Bashar Al-Assad.
At least 10 people were killed, including two in Homs and three in Aleppo, where security forces clashed with students a day earlier, according to the opposition Local Coordination Committees of Syria.
In Anadan town in Aleppo province, security forces stormed a home and killed a man, his wife and son, the opposition group said. Local activists said they will be buried after Friday prayers.
In Damascus Countryside province, forces raided homes in Qaboun town, activists said.FULL STORY