that the title or rather the content of the title of the article isn't repeated at all within the article itself?! that Syria has scuds is a know fact, that they support Hezbollah as well, but to connect these dots by saying that Syria is training Hezbollah on the scuds in Syria, based on google earth pictures is quite a stretch, even for an Israeli newspaper. Don't you have any other prove? or did you just want to use scary title for the article? tell me...
Syrian troops sieze village above rebel-held parts of Aleppo (Reuters)
from the article: Satellite images reveal: Hezbollah training in Syria missile base
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