Syrian government forces monitor an area near the village of Khan Tuman, south from the provincial capital Aleppo, on December 22, 2015. (AFP PHOTO / GEORGE OURFALIAN)
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Two Syrian rebels and an activist group said a Syrian military plane had come down about 50 kilometers east of Damascus Monday in rebel-held territory near a front line with government-held territory.The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights activist group said a plane was shot down by a rebel group in the area but it could not confirm if the pilot was dead or alive.In the past week the SDF has advanced to within a few kilometers of the city's edge, after gradually encircling Raqqa since November in a multiphased campaign to drive Daesh from the city where it has planned attacks on the West.
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