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ALEPPO, SYRIA (12:15 P.M.) – Minutes ago, Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary), alongside the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), captured the eastern entrance to the Handarat Refugee Camp after a fierce battle with the jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab.

According to Liwaa Al-Quds’ official spokesperson, their forces managed to infiltrate Fatah Halab’s defenses at the eastern neighborhoods, following the capture of the Shaher District last night.

With the Shaher District under their control, Liwaa Al-Quds and their allies from the Syrian Arab Army captured large parts of the Handarat Refugee Camp, leaving only half of it under Fatah Halab’s possession.

Preliminary reports from the battle-front indicate that the entire Handarat Refugee Camp has been captured; however, a Liwaa Al-Quds source told Al-Masdar that this is not true – clashes are still ongoing.

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