Fuel vendors rest behind fuel barrels in Aleppo January 13, 2015. REUTERS/Nour Kelze
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Airstrikes on a fuel market in a rebel-held village in northern Syria killed and wounded dozens on Tuesday and destroyed several tanker trucks, two Syrian opposition monitoring groups reported.Opposition activists said warplanes also struck a popular market in the northern village of Maskaneh that is under the control of ISIS, killing at least 18 people and wounding many others.It was not immediately clear whose warplanes carried out the strikes, although the monitoring groups said the Russians targeted both markets.The extremist group controls nearly half of Syria.The Local Coordination Committees said Tuesday's airstrikes on Maaret al-Naasan were carried out by Russian warplanes and that they killed and wounded dozens of people.
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