A picture taken on January 19, 2014 in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo shows buildings that falled down following Government warplanes raids . (AFP PHOTO MOHAMMED WESAM)
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The Al-Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) has reached out to rebel groups in Syria to head off several weeks of bloody clashes, in an audio message posted online Sunday.The development came as ISIS militants were trying to cling to several remote areas of Aleppo province still under their control, while regime forces pursued an aerial campaign of dropping crude "barrel bombs" in the city and province of Aleppo.In the Idlib town of Binnish, ISIS militants retreated from their headquarters after coming under rebel attack, while the Al-Qaeda fighters and rebels clashed near the Tishrin Dam on the Euphrates, east of Aleppo.Regime troops were also trying to make gains in the village of Azizeh, southeast of Aleppo, in battles with rebel groups.Clashes between regime troops and rebels were reported in Zabadani, in rural Damascus province, during which the rebels were able to damage three regime vehicles and kill an army lieutenant, the Observatory said.The Observatory said that Saturday, 23 people were killed by regime airstrikes in Aleppo province.
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