A Syrian regime soldier walks past severely damaged buildings in Aleppo. AFP PHOTO / STR
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Several historic buildings, including a colonial-era structure, have been blown up in Syria's second city of Aleppo, where fighting has wrought massive destruction, reports said Wednesday.Rebel fighters destroyed "several old buildings Tuesday night by placing explosives in a tunnel leading under the Old City of Aleppo," state television said.Fighting in Aleppo erupted in mid-2012, and the city has been largely divided between rebel control in the east and regime control in the west since then.The fighting in Aleppo has devastated parts of its famed Old City.
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