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Syrian army takes more villages from militants in northwest Syria

The Syrian army has expanded its control over former Islamic State-held villages in northwest Syria, gaining more territory as it pushes back the jihadists from more pockets in Aleppo province, state media said on Saturday.
The army has made steady progress in recent weeks in eastern Aleppo countryside towards the Euphrates River where it now occupies more villages, state-owned Ikhbariyah quoted a military source as saying.
The army's gains follow a push to the south and east of the city of al-Bab, which was captured by Turkey-backed rebels late last month.
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