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A barrage of mortar bombs hit government-held areas of the northern city of Idlib Monday, killing 14 people and wounding at least 40, Syrian state media said.Idlib has been under the control of President Bashar Assad's troops since the beginning of the Syrian conflict in March 2011, while rebels control the areas around the city. They have been besieging the city for more than two years, firing mortar bombs into the government-held areas and clashing with Assad's troops at its outskirts.Up to 7,000 people, the majority of them militants, have been killed in clashes between ISIS and an array of rebel groups since January according to the Observatory's tally.
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