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Syrian rebel groups rushed reinforcements to the city of Aleppo Tuesday in a bid to stave off regime advances, while struggling against militants from the Al-Qaeda splinter group ISIS on several fronts around the country.Regime forces, including elite troops from the Republican Guard, and paramilitaries, also sent reinforcements to the Aleppo area, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based anti-regime group.A rebel militia active in Idlib Tuesday became the latest defection to the ranks of ISIS in Syria.The news outlets said the Daoud Brigade had earlier signaled it would send reinforcements to embattled rebels in Aleppo, but appeared to surprise its allies when it opted instead to throw in its lot with ISIS.
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