Seven media activists have been kidnapped by an armed group in Aleppo Wednesday, theSyrian Revolution Commission reported.
The activists were in Shada al-Hurriya satellite channel office in the al-Kallaseh neighborhood when two carloads of men likely affiliated to the State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) stormed the office and forcibly arrested them, the commission said.
The militants opened fire on the activists when they resisted the abduction, wounding one of them, who was left on the ground.
Syria is most dangerous country for media in 2013 where 19 journalists have been killed, while at least 18 foreign and 20 Syrian journalists are believed to be missing in the country after being detained or kidnapped there, the International News Safety Institute (INSI) said.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer