MILITANTS KILL 8 SYRIA TROOPS NEAR TRUCE ZONE: ACTIVIST GROUP

Militants have killed at least eight Syrian government troops near a planned buffer zone around the country's last major rebel bastion, an activist group said Saturday.

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