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Shelling Resumes in Syrian Towns as Talks Collapse

A Syrian rebel group said Saturday that a cease-fire negotiated with the Syrian army and its Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, had collapsed and fighting had resumed in the strategic northern town of Zabadani and two nearby villages. The 72-hour truce in rebel-held Zabadani, near the Lebanese border, and the Shi'ite settlements of Foua and Kafraya - the last two government-held villages in Idlib province - was reached earlier this week and was to last until Sunday. But Ahrar al-Sham, the...

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