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The Syrian army has shelled rebel-held districts of commercial capital
Aleppo as violence nationwide killed 37 people, 27 of them civilians, a
human rights group said. Ten people were killed in Aleppo on Monday,
eight of them civilians, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Clashes broke out in the southwestern district of Salaheddin, where a
rebel commander was killed on Monday morning after three tanks moved in
on Sunday evening, the Britain-based watchdog said. In this exclusive
report, Anita McNaught follows members of the Free Syrian Army deep into
the heart of Aleppo's old city
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