Supporters of Nusra Front hold placards calling Syrian President Bashar Assad a "terrorist" and denouncing Arab states that have joined anti-ISIS group campaign in the northern city of Aleppo on September 24, 2014. AFP PHOTO / ZEIN AL RIFAI
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Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate the Nusra Front rejected an offer to treat one of its fighters at a hospital inside Lebanon in exchange for the release of three Lebanese captives being held by the jihadists, a commander said Monday.The Nusra commander also spoke about the clashes with Hezbollah near the Lebanese border village of Brital Sunday, saying the group attacked Hezbollah posts as a preemptive strike.At least eight Hezbollah fighters and 14 militants were killed in the clashes that ensued.He denied Hezbollah had taken any Nusra fighter captive as claimed by the group and said only one fighter was killed in the clashes.
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