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Aleppo : Syria | over 1 year ago  
Syrian rebel fighters celebrate on top of a tank captured from Syrian forces at a checkpoint in Anadan on Monday, after a 10-hour battle. (AFP/Junot Diaz) "The soldiers fled like rats,"...
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