Terrorists attack Syrian troops on edge of rebel stronghold

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Al-Qaida-linked terrorista attacked Syrian government positions Sunday on the edge of the country’s last rebel stronghold, triggering intense clashes that killed nearly three dozen combatants across both sides, opposition activists said.

The fighting was among the worst since early March, when an agreement between Turkey and Russia halted the Syrian government’s three-month air and ground campaign into rebel-held northwestern Idlib province.

Sunday’s clashes took place in neighboring Hama province, parts of which are still under rebel control.

Syrian troops now control much of the country, with the help of Assad’s main backers Russia and Iran.

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