Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad display weapons which they said were used by rebels in Kafr Sagheer, northeast of Aleppo, after claiming to have advanced in the area, July 6, 2014. REUTERS/George Ourfalian
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The military chief of Syria's mainstream rebel group the Free Syrian Army has warned that the country risks a "humanitarian disaster" if allies do not send more aid to help his forces halt the advance of Islamist militants.In northern Syria, where the extremists have been pushing back rebels, Syrian government forces also seized a key industrial area, allowing them to choke off rebel-held parts of Aleppo, already brutalized by indiscriminate bombing.Bashir called on rebel allies, chiefly the United States, but also neighboring Turkey and regional supporters Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to speedily send help. He said the militants from ISIS would not halt at Syria's borders.
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