Clashes erupted in Tarhouna city
Clashes broke out Friday morning in Tarhouna city between men from Al-Ajani tribe and armed men from Ali Al-Kani battalion leaving 13 dead and others wounded.
Tarhouna hospital explained that it received 13 bodies all of which belong to Al-Ajani tribe in the wake of the clashes.
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