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Syria Rebels Attack Aleppo Prison
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Syrian government troops fought fierce battles with rebels on Wednesday for control of key neighborhoods in the north of Dama...
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At least 141 people, half of them children, were killed when the Syrian military fired at least four missiles into the northe...
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Syrian Troops Repulse Rebel Attack in Aleppo
Syria's state media said Monday that government troops repulsed a rebel attack on a police school in the northern city of Ale...
Syrian Rebels Make New Push Into Damascus
Syrian rebels made a new push into Damascus on Wednesday, clashing heavily with troops in the rebellious suburbs of the capit...
UK Marines Accused of Murder Granted Anonymity
Five Royal Marines accused of a murder in Afghanistan have the right to remain anonymous during their trial because they coul...
Syrian Rebels Kill 28 Soldiers as Fighting Rages
Syrian rebels killed 28 soldiers in attacks on military checkpoints in northern Idlib province on Thursday, just hours after...
Official: US Looking Into Syria Toxic Gas Reports
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said Sunday that reports of a poison gas attack in a rural village north of Damascu...
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