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Talbiseh

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Talbiseh - Dramatisation

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ENGLISH SUBTITLES: The aftermath of destruction from Assad's airstrike on Talbiseh

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VIDEO: Russian helicopters were shelling homes of civilians in Talbiseh in Homs

Talbiseh is a large town in northwestern Syria administratively part of the Homs Governorate, about 10 kilometers north of Homs. Nearby localities include al-Rastan to the north, al-Ghantoo to the southwest and al-Mashrafah to the east. The old town of Talbiseh is situated on an isolated hill. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) Talbiseh had a population of 30,796 in 2004. Its inhabitants are mostly Sunni Muslims with significant Arab and Turkmen ethnic groups.
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