A man runs as he carries a child who survived from what activists say was an airstrike by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, at al-Ferdaws in Aleppo January 21, 2014. (REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah)
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A government airstrike killed 10 people in a rebel-held neighborhood of Syria's main northern city of Aleppo Tuesday, a monitoring group said.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported that some fighters of the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria had refused orders to withdraw from a battle with government troops in order to fight against rival rebels.Warplanes also targeted the Ansari neighborhood further east, the Observatory said.Elsewhere in Aleppo province, the Observatory said a group of jihadist fighters had refused to leave a battlefront with the regime after being ordered to fight rival rebels.The Observatory said a group of ISIS fighters battling the army and allied militia in the village of Blat refused to redeploy to Mambij, where rebel-jihadist clashes are underway.
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