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Syrian government artillery pounds south Idlib: rescuers

Reuters Sunday, 15 September 2019
Syrian troops shelled the south of Idlib on Sunday, according to rescuers and residents in the rebel stronghold where a ceasefire had halted a fierce army offensive two weeks ago.
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