Came across this: Syria’s Internet goes dark as troops push into strategic town on highway to Jordan
BEIRUT—Syrian troops pushed Wednesday into a strategic town along the highway leading to the Jordanian border as a massive Internet outage engulfed most of the country for a second day.
The regime’s advance into Khirbet Ghazaleh, a town south of Damascus along a key artery to the border, came after weeks of fighting and government attempts to secure the highway.
Also looks to be fighting in the north near the Turkish border
Opposition fighters (claim) shot down a fighter jet that was bombing rebel positions in the battle for the Mannagh airbase near the border with Turkey.
Rebels stormed the besieged air base on Sunday and the fighting is now taking place inside the sprawling facility, the activists said. Also Sunday, the rebels downed a military helicopter in the eastern Deir el-Zour region, killing eight government troops who were on board.
BBC reporting Syria's Internet is back after 19 hours
Monitoring company Renesys noted signs of activity at around 14:30 GMT (17:30 local time) on Wednesday.
Syrian residents confirmed the blackout, but said mobile phones and landlines were still able to work normally.
And we know, since activists have satellite communications....