Residents of Syria's Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp, south of Damascus, collect aid food on August 22, 2014. (AFP/Rami al-Sayed)
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ISIS jihadists advanced for the first time Sunday into a military airport that is the last stronghold of the Syrian army in Raqqa province, an activist group said.There was no immediate death toll in the latest fighting that began overnight, but at least 100 ISIS fighters and 25 regime troops had been killed before the new clashes.Regime forces have repelled three previous attacks on Tabqa air base. Elsewhere, however, the Observatory said ISIS fighters were withdrawing from parts of central Homs province.
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