An opposition fighter from the Sham brigade guards a position on the front line during clashes with government forces in the village of Teir Maalah in Syria's central Homs province on Dec. 5, 2016. / AFP / MAHMOUD TAHA
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ISIS fighters killed at least 26 members of Syrian government forces Thursday in an assault on government positions in the central province of Homs, activists said.Elsewhere in the country, the Observatory said at least 22 civilians had been killed in airstrikes on several parts of northern Syria under ISIS control.The group said 11 people were killed in a strike believed to have been carried out by the U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS in the village of Al-Mashrifa in Raqqa province overnight.Elsewhere, the Observatory said eight people were killed in strikes on the ISIS-held village of Bzaa in northeast Aleppo Thursday morning.
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