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Syrian government forces and rebels clashed across the north on Sunday in the latest indication that a monthlong cease-fire may be breaking down, as the Islamic State group seized two villages along Syria's border with Turkey from other insurgents.The Observatory said at least 35 fighters died in clashes Saturday night and early Sunday south of Aleppo, where opposition groups led by the Nusra Front seized the village of al-Ais eight days ago, killing dozens of government troops and allied militants from the Lebanese Hezbollah group.The Observatory said three leaders and 21 other militants as well as 8 civilians died in the strikes, while Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently said 20 civilians were killed and over 50 wounded.
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