Syrian activists have posted a video they say shows 15 bodies of men who were among dozens killed in heavy government shelling of a farming village in central Syria.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said early Friday it had reports of more than 150 killed in Tremseh, though it had collected only 30 names of the victims.
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Much remains unclear about the massacre reported late Thursday. Another group, the Local Coordination Committees, said the dead numbered more than 200.
One resident, Laith al-Hamwi, said by phone on Thursday that government troops were shelling the village heavily and that dozens of people had been killed.
The activist claims could not be independently verified.