A general view shows al-Assi river in Darkush town, Idlib province, Syria July 8, 2016. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
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More than 60 civilians were killed by shelling and airstrikes in the northwest of Syria Friday, activists said, hours before the end of a shaky cease-fire for the Eid al-Fitr holiday.Thirty-four civilians, including four children, were killed and 200 others wounded by rebel shelling in government-held areas, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.Six civilians including three children died in government air raids on a rebel-held area on the route to Castello.In the Al-Qaeda-held town of Darkush, near the Turkish border, at least 22 civilians were killed and dozens wounded by airstrikes, the Observatory said.
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