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Syrian regime airstrikes pounded Aleppo and Idlib Friday as anti-regime protesters called for foreign military intervention in the country, while rebel groups said they had ended the presence of ISIS jihadis in eastern Damascus after a 24-hour campaign.Another regime airstrike targeted the town of Biyanoun in Aleppo province, killing three civilians, the Observatory said, while six barrel bombs were dropped on the city of Idlib, without causing fatalities.In Idlib province, regime forces and rebel groups clashed north and south of the provincial capital, while regime forces seized territory near the Shiite towns of Nubl and Zahraa, which have become an isolated pocket after the rebels seized Idlib.Nine ISIS militants were killed along with seven regime soldiers when the jihadis attacked a checkpoint in eastern Hama province, overlooking the regime supply road to the divided city of Aleppo.It said it detained "dozens" of ISIS members and killed 20 members of the militant group who were based in Barzeh, Qaboun, Jobar and Tishrin.
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