A Free Syrian Army fighter places a shell before firing it towards ISIS fighters in the northern Aleppo countryside, Syria, January 18, 2016. (REUTERS/Abdelrahmin Ismail)
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Hezbollah is reportedly negotiating a deal with the Al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front to swap three of the party's fighters for militants held by the group or in Lebanese prisons, Al-Akhbar newspaper said Thursday.The militant group claimed in a tweet in November last year that they had captured three Hezbollah fighters south of Syria's Aleppo province.The whereabouts of the three Hezbollah fighters remains unknown.Nusra is also negotiating with Hezbollah to surrender at least one town under the control of the Syrian army.
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