Syrian emergency personnel carry a body following an airstrike on November 3, 2015, in the rebel-held side of the northern city of Aleppo. AFP PHOTO / BARAA AL-HALABI
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The Syrian army regained control of a road southeast of Aleppo on Wednesday, taking back the government's only supply route into the city from ISIS fighters who had seized it last month.Areas around Aleppo have seen weeks of heavy fighting after Syrian troops backed by Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian fighters launched an offensive to retake surrounding territory from rebels and extremist fighters.Syrian troops are also trying to advance to the east of Aleppo towards Kweires military airport, aiming to break a siege of the base by ISIS and other insurgents.
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