The northwestern town of Kesab in Syria is taken over by armed opposition after a series of clashes with Assad's regime forces.
ISTANBUL – Syrian armed opposition have seized the northwestern town of Kesab in Syria after a series of clashes with regime forces, officials said.
The clashes killed two members of the opposition and 45 members of the regime's forces while at least eleven others were injured.
Some of the injured were taken to hospitals for treatment in the Syrian bordering city of Hatay in Turkey.
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