**Syrian Fighting Rages On; Opposition Nears Agreement on Coalition**
Syrian government troops bombed rebel positions in the Damascus suburbs early Friday, as rival opposition groups meeting in Qatar were reported to be near an agreement on the formation of a government-in-waiting.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Syrian military shelled the neighborhood of Beit Saham early Friday. The Britain-based monitoring group also said clashes were reported elsewhere in the capital.
As the fighting raged on, groups representing Syria's fractured opposition met in Doha to try to form a new, more inclusive leadership that would allow coordinated military action against the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
Several participants in the talks reported progress, saying a new leadership could be agreed upon by Friday.
*U.S. Navy Accuses SEALs of Disclosing Secrets *
The U.S. Defense Department says seven members of an elite Navy SEAL team have been disciplined for disclosing classified information when they served as consultants to developers of a video game.
Officials said Thursday that the SEALs are alleged to have divulged the information and shown the designers specially-designed combat equipment without authorization from their superiors. The designers were developing a game known as Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
Each of the seven were given a punitive letter of reprimand and docked part of their pay for the next two months.
Officials said several other team members are also under investigation.