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Syria rebels overran the Aleppo headquarters of the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria on Wednesday, as clashes between opposition forces raged into a sixth day.On the ground, ISIS battled moderate and Islamist rebels in clashes that erupted on Friday and have killed at least 385 people since then.The Nusra Front, Al-Qaeda's official affiliate in Syria, was established in mid-2011 with help from ISIS's Iraqi precursor.Since then, the two groups have functioned separately, though Al-Nusra has remained largely neutral in the latest fighting.Elsewhere, Sweden's ambassador to Lebanon and Syria confirmed that two journalists missing in Syria since November had been freed.At least 25 journalists have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, and more than 30 are thought to be missing.
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