Children play inside the wreckage of a burnt vehicle at al-Myassar neighborhood in Aleppo February 16, 2015. REUTERS/Hosam Katan
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Rebel fire on a government-held neighborhood in Aleppo killed nine people Monday, including three children, Syria's state news agency SANA reported.Pro-regime social media said clashes also broke out in the city of Deraa, where the regime holds a pocket of territory, and claimed a number of rebel fighters were killed.Rayyes said one rebel had been killed and two others wounded in the clashes in the city of Deraa.In the rebel bombing of Aleppo, the Observatory reported nine deaths, but said that four children had been killed and that another 20 people wounded.Fierce clashes in and around the city were also reported, while a pro-regime newspaper predicted government forces would soon declare "zero hour" for their latest offensive against rebel groups in the divided city.
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