Over the past 24 hours, heavy clashes have resumed near the Turkish border in northern Aleppo after a few days of stalemate.

Thus, rebel groups loyal to Jaish al-Mujahideen have captured two villages; namely Tall Battal ash Shamali and the neighbouring village of Ahmadiya.

Meanwhile, ISIS has recaptured the villages of Ghazal, Dudiyan and Yani Yaban, thereby regaining some of the areas they had lost in the past week.

Neither side is able to gain the regional upper hand at the moment as rebel forces lack valuable manpower while ISIS commanders have withdrawn many of their fighters to reinforce the Manbij front.

Meanwhile, coalition airstrikes and Turkish artillery continue to back the Syrian Opposition against ISIS at the Azaz pocket.

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Deny Nurdin
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Deny Nurdin

keep ’em kill each other !!!

FilmMechanics
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You know a force is on verge of defeat when they have soldiers that young, reminds me of Hitler Youth. Sad!

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It’s more than clear! Were they doing their s**t where I live, it’d p**s me off to have to snip kids, they must be about 14/16 🙁 But sadly, as my buddies who became professional militaries stated, you have no other choice than to down them, even if they’re 10y old 🙁 They are over fanatized, they are as dangerous as adults and even if, fort them, it’s like playing paint ball, their bullets aren’t made of paint 🙁 Well, sometimes, when the 1st of the group falls and they understand that it’s not a game and that he won’t… Read more »

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@leithfadel AYDEH OBVIOUSLY IT IS ESSENTIAL TO CUT ISIS REBELS FROM TURKEY FRONTIER AND CUT OFF GERMAN AND TURKISH HELP

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US, Turkish, Qatari & Saudi help because there are no GERMAN HELP to IS. Germany merely accepts most of the refugees that reach Europe.