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Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate and allied jihadists advanced on a set of strategic hilltops held by pro-regime forces in the north on Monday, a monitoring group said.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the militants battled government loyalists and briefly seized one of three hilltops in the Al-Eis area south of Aleppo city. Government forces based south of Aleppo city have tried to expand their control north and east.Further west in Idlib province, at least 12 people were killed in an air strike believed to have been conducted by either Russian or regime planes, the Observatory reported.
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