Destroyed buildings are seen following air raids in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on May 28, 2014. AFP PHOTO / BARAA AL-HALABI
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The death toll from Syrian air raids on rebel-held areas in the city of Aleppo has topped 40 over a 24-hour period, an anti-regime activist group said Wednesday.The anti-regime Halab News Network said 16 barrel bombs and five rocket strikes targeted Aleppo and several rural locations in the province Wednesday.According to Internet postings, the suicide bomber, who called himself "Abu Hurayra al-Amriki" carried out one of four suicide bombings on May 25 on behalf of the Nusra Front.attack wounded an unconfirmed number of civilians and prompted ISIS to impose a curfew beginning at 10:30 p.m. ISIS militants also arrested 10 fighters from other rebel groups, according to the Observatory, which described the hotel as housing ISIS "members and their families".In the east, clashes between ISIS and the Kurdish YPG militia in rural Hassakeh province have killed at least eight Kurds and 11 fighters from ISIS, as both sides continue to shell each other's positions near the town of Ras al-Ain on the Turkish border.
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