Rebel fighters walk in front of damaged buildings in Karam al-Jabal neighbourhood of Aleppo on August 26, 2014. AFP PHOTO/AMC/ZEIN RIFAI
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Washington Tuesday denied that it was sharing intelligence with Damascus in a bid to confront the Al-Qaeda splinter group ISIS, as U.S. aircraft reportedly began reconnaissance flights over Syria.Washington began surveillance flights over Syria after Obama approved the move, U.S. officials said.Two U.S. officials said Monday that Obama had approved the flights, while another U.S. official said early Tuesday that they had begun. Dempsey also said the U.S. has been meeting with allies in the region to help develop a better understanding of the threat posed by ISIS.The administration has run some surveillance missions over Syria, including ahead of an attempted mission to rescue Foley and other U.S. hostages earlier this summer.
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