Fighting by rebel groups has continued for years in Syria, assisted by efforts from other countries to supply them with arms. In early 2013, rebels from the al-Qaida affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra sat on a truck of captured ammunition in Idlib province in northern Syria.
Fighting by rebel groups has continued for years in Syria, assisted by efforts from other countries to supply them with arms. In early 2013, rebels from the al-Qaida affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra sat on a truck of captured ammunition in Idlib province in northern Syria. 2013 file photo/Edlib News Network ENN The Associated Press
Fighting by rebel groups has continued for years in Syria, assisted by efforts from other countries to supply them with arms. In early 2013, rebels from the al-Qaida affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra sat on a truck of captured ammunition in Idlib province in northern Syria. 2013 file photo/Edlib News Network ENN The Associated Press

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