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Syrian regime aircraft Sunday kept up their pounding of rebel-held areas in the north and south of the country, as rebel groups tried to once again open a new "front" with the regime in Latakia province.In the northeast, regime forces have also lost Idlib city, the second provincial capital to fall to the insurgency in four years.South of the provincial capital, the Observatory said fierce clashes were continuing between regime forces and a coalition of rebel militias.Other reports said a coalition of rebel groups had decided to attack regime positions in northern Latakia province near the Armenian town of Kasab, which was held by the rebels for several months last year.
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