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Syria war: IS 'kills 35' government troops in desert attacks

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Syria war: IS 'kills 35' government troops in desert attacksSymbol copyright EPA Symbol caption Baghuz, the gang’s remaining territorial stronghold, used to be captured remaining month Islamic State militants have killed 35 Syrian pro-government forces in desolate tract assaults in fresh days, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says. The United Kingdom-based tracking staff says the militants attacked in Homs and Deir al-Zour provinces. …
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