A resident carries Sous, a traditional Ramadan drink, during the Muslim fasting month, as she walks on debris along a street in Aleppo June 27, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
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Syrian rebels have seized a strategic military center in government-held western Aleppo city, as fierce battles rage between the opposing sides, activists said Saturday.The alliance of rebels is one of at least two coalitions of opposition fighters that have begun a major operation against government-held districts in Aleppo in recent days.The Observatory said government war planes had carried out extensive raids against the center on Saturday morning, prompting the rebels to evacuate parts of it.The Observatory said at least 29 Ansar al-Sharia fighters were killed Friday, but had no details on deaths among government forces.
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