Rebel fighters fire a weapon towards warplanes loyal to Syria's president Bashar Assad in Idlib countryside March 26, 2015. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdallah
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Islamist rebels made fresh advances Friday on the edges of Idlib city in northwest Syria, after fierce clashes that have left dozens of dead, an activist group says.On Tuesday, a new coalition of Islamist rebels launched a coordinated attack against Idlib city, which is held by government forces.The rebels have advanced using "street fighting," taking control of the city's edges, neighborhood by neighborhood, said another activist, Khaled Hanoun, who is in contact with rebels in Idlib.
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