Syrian pro-government forces advance on a road through the town of Khanasser, which is the sole link between government-held areas in and around Aleppo and those in the rest of the country on February 29, 2016. / AFP / GEORGES OURFALIAN
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Syrian government forces launched an attack Wednesday to capture a rebel-held hill in north-western Syria, a rebel official and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported, an expansion of operations that have continued in that area despite a deal to cease fighting.Rebels said the assault on Kabani hill in the province of Latakia was supported by Russian airstrikes. Both the government and rebels have accused each other of violating the truce, which came into effect Saturday.
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