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At least 70 ISIS fighters have been killed in 48 hours of clashes with Syrian army troops in the northern province of Raqqa, a leading anti-regime monitoring group said Friday.Opposition groups have long accused the regime of avoiding attacks on ISIS as the extremist group battles more moderate rebel forces.The rebels disabled a regime tank and killed at least four troops, including a lieutenant, the Observatory said.In Hama province, regime troops killed the commander of an Islamist rebel group in fighting around the strategically located town of Morek, on the highway between Aleppo and Hama, the Observatory said.
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