A Syrian man inspects the damage following shelling by pro-regime forces in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on January 22, 2014. (AFP PHOTO/FOUAD HALLAK)
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A missile attack Wednesday on an opposition area in northern Syria killed 10 people, including five children and three women, as peace talks opened in Switzerland, a monitoring group said.Elsewhere in Aleppo, rebels and regime forces clashed as the army tried to advance on the Azizieh neighborhood and a nearby industrial area.Further south, Assad's forces shelled rebel positions in the Seidnaya area near Damascus, while fighting in Zabadani nearby killed at least 10 soldiers, including three officers, according to the Observatory.In Homs, where rebel-held areas have been under siege for nearly 600 days, troops shelled the contested Waar neighborhood, home to thousands of people who have fled their homes in other parts of the city.
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