Syrian army 'retakes Golan crossing'
The Syrian army has taken control of a UN-monitored crossing in the Golan Heights which had been overrun by rebel forces, Israeli military sources say.
Tanks and armoured vehicles were used in the raid at Quneitra, near Israeli-held territory, the BBC was told.
The fighting came a day after Syrian troops - backed by Lebanon's Hezbollah militants - retook the key town of Qusair after a three-week siege.
The battle for Qusair has highlighted Hezbollah's growing role in the crisis.
Rajesh Mirchandani reports.
06 Jun 2013