A man walks next to damaged buildings in Masaken Hanano, Aleppo March 28, 2014. Picture taken March 28, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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The death toll in Syria's three-year conflict has exceeded 150,000, an activist group said Tuesday as fighting raged across the country.The figure includes civilians, rebels, and members of the Syrian military. It also includes militiamen, fighting alongside President Bashar Assad's forces and foreign fighters battling for Assad's ouster on the rebels' side. The number also includes 26,561 rebel fighters and 35,601 Syrian soldiers as well as 22, 879 Assad-loyal fighters and 11,220 foreign fighters battling on the opposition side.Infighting has raged in the north for months and more than, 3,000 fighters have been killed in the rebel-on-rebel violence since the beginning of the year, according to activists.
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