This picture taken on September 6, 2018 shows smoke plumes rising from Syrian government forces' bombardment on the town of Al-Tamanah on the southern edges of the rebel-held Idlib province. / AFP / OMAR HAJ KADOUR
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Ankara has drawn up a plan to offer armed rebel groups safe conduct out of the Syrian province of Idlib in a bid to avert the bloodshed of a major assault by Damascus, a pro-government newspaper reported Friday.As the presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran meet in Tehran Friday to try and find a solution to the seven-year Syrian conflict, Ankara – which is wary about an attempt by Bashar Assad's forces to retake the last rebel bastion of Idlib – has drawn up a plan to avert an assault, the daily Sabah reported.
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