People gather around wreckage after a car bomb at Wadi al-Thahb neighbourhood in Homs city July 30, 2014, in this picture released by Syria's national news agency SANA. (REUTERS)
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Syrian rebels targeted a military airport in Hama province Wednesday, as the conflict raging next door in Iraq is delaying shipments of desperately-needed humanitarian relief.The Observatory and local anti-regime activist groups reported that ISIS had recently been allowed to enter the area, located between Deir al-Zor and the Iraqi border, after agreeing to not attack locals, but then reneged on the agreement when they seized three members of the tribe.The Observatory said the attack killed at least 11 members of ISIS and activists posted a video purporting to show a local commander from the group after his capture.The U.N. Security Council decided this month to set up the aid deliveries without the government's consent from four crossing points to help millions of civilians in rebel-held areas.
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