Syrian children walk past a wall under the rain in the rebel-controlled area of Arbeen, on the outskirts of the capital, Damascus, on January 8, 2016. AFP PHOTO / ABDULMONAM EASSA
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Syria's Al-Qaeda affiliate abducted two of the country's most prominent media activists from a radio station in the northwestern Idlib province Sunday, opposition officials told AFP.Fares, Fresh FM's director, has previously been detained by Al-Nusra fighters, who disapprove of what they term the station's "secular tendency and support of apostates", Taleb said.Al-Nusra fighters then arrested both Fares and Abdallah, the statement said."Raed is the revolution, in all meanings of the word," he told AFP.He had been arrested by Al-Nusra in the past and had survived an assassination attempt two years ago, Buyush said.
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