Free Syrian Army fighters carry their weapons at a lookout point beside the international highway between Aleppo and Damascus in Mork town, March 8, 2015. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
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A coalition of Syrian rebel and jihadi groups Monday seized the strategic Handarat area north of Aleppo after 12 hours of fierce clashes, pro-opposition activists said.Elsewhere, U.S.-led coalition airstrikes on oil refineries run by ISIS in northern Syria killed 30 people, mostly jihadis, the Observatory said.The Observatory said 13 Kurds and an unknown number of ISIS fighters were killed near Ain al-Arab, weeks after the jihadis were ejected from the border town.at least nine members of ISIS were killed during infighting in northwestern Syria after some of them tried to flee over the Turkish border, the Observatory said.The five escapees who were not killed were recaptured by the group, the Observatory said.
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