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Syria resumes clashes with militants as truce ends

Syrian government forces and foreign-backed Takfiri terrorists have reportedly resumed fighting in three key areas

 

Syrian government forces and foreign-backed Takfiri terrorists have reportedly resumed fighting in three key areas, including the southwestern city of Zabadani and two villages, following the expiry of a two-day truce between them.

Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the ceasefire has ended in Zabadani, Fuaa, and Kefraya this morning.

Situated about 12 kilometers (seven miles) from the Jdeida border crossing on the Damascus-Beirut highway, Zabadani is one of the last militant strongholds near the Lebanese border.

The Shia villages of Fuaa and Kefraya are also two government-held villages in the Idlib province, which have been surrounded by an alliance of Takfiri terrorists, including terrorists of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front.

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