Smoke rises from a rebel held neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
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Airstrikes pounded rebel-held eastern Aleppo Thursday, killing more than 20 people and hitting a water pumping station on the third day of a renewed air campaign on the besieged territory, Syrian activists and rescue workers said.The Russian military meanwhile said airstrikes in the rebel-held province of Idlib earlier this week killed at least 30 members of an Al-Qaeda-linked group, including three commanders. The strikes are part of a major Syrian and Russian offensive launched earlier this week on opposition-held areas that has killed dozens of people. The Syrian Civil Defense said 28 people were killed in and around Aleppo Thursday.An opposition media group known as All4Syria reported that the two other named militants were killed Tuesday in an airstrike in the village of Kfar Jales, in the Idlib countryside, that also killed six civilians.
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