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ISIS fighters advanced against rival insurgents in northern Syria Sunday, capturing areas close to a border crossing with Turkey and threatening their supply route to Aleppo city, fighters and a group monitoring the war said.ISIS captured the town of Soran Azaz and two nearby villages after clashes with fighters from a northern rebel alliance, which was formed last December and includes both Western-backed fighters and Islamist militants. Kurdish militia and Syrian rebels pushed ISIS back from Ain al-Arab, known in Kurdish as Kobani, which lies in northern Aleppo province on the Turkish-Syrian border, in January.Syrian Kurdish fighters also seized control of four villages from ISIS near a border town in Hassakeh, east of Raqqa, the Observatory said.The Observatory said regime airstrikes throughout Syria killed at least 141 people Saturday, including 20 in a rebel-controlled village in northwest Idlib.
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