Via the BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-22778310
Syrian pro-government forces have taken full control of the strategic town of Qusair, state TV and the rebels say.
The town, near the Lebanese border, has been the centre of fighting for more than two weeks between rebels and Syrian troops backed by fighters from the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.
Syrian state TV said a large number of rebels had died and many had surrendered.
It comes as key rebel leader said his men were ready to fight inside Lebanon.
Gen Selim Idriss of the Free Syrian Army - the main umbrella rebel group - told the BBC that Hezbollah fighters were "invading" Syria and Lebanon was doing nothing to stop them.
Syrian pro-government forces, including Hezbollah fighters, have been battling rebels for control of Qusair for more than two weeks.
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Confirmed by a spokesman for the Rebel forces.