A Syrian woman makes her way through debris following a air strike by government forces in the northern city of Aleppo on July 15, 2014. AFP PHOTO / KARAM AL-MASRI
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Just under half of the fatalities were recorded in Aleppo province, which continues to be subjected to daily airstrikes and other attacks by regime troops and paramilitary allies, the Observatory said.Regime warplanes Wednesday targeted ISIS militants at a training camp near the city of Raqqa, the Observatory said, in one of the deadliest such actions of the war. At least 15 ISIS militants were killed or wounded in the strike, which struck a facility referred to as the "Osama bin Laden training camp," it added.A suicide truck bomb by a North African fighter with Nusra caused an unspecified number of casualties, while six surface-to-surface missiles fired by regime forces at Mliha apparently failed to dislodge the rebel fighters, who have also suffered 14 casualties in the last few days of fighting with regime forces and their Hezbollah allies, the Observatory said.However, the Observatory said that regime forces Wednesday continued to shell Deir al-Zor neighborhoods and clash with Islamist rebels who are not affiliated with ISIS.
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