This YouTube grab shows ISIS fighters heading to Saraqeb. (The Daily Star/YouTube grab)
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Syrian rebels ousted an Al-Qaeda-linked faction from one of its northwestern bastions on Friday, activists said, a significant blow to the group after two weeks of infighting that has undercut the insurgency against President Bashar Assad.Rebels from Islamists to relatively secular moderates have been fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) faction in the worst internecine violence to break out since Syria's conflict began in 2011 . Rival insurgents -- including many from the Islamic Front, a large alliance of some of Syria's most powerful rebel groups -- had been fighting to take the town for days and moved tanks and machinegun-mounted pickups against ISIS about a week ago.
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