Turkish forces and their Syrian rebel allies clashed against pro-regime forces that left 27 fighters dead yesterday including two Turkish soldiers in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that at least 11 pro-regime fighters and 14 on the rebel side were killed as well as the two Turkish soldiers.

The Observatory said Syrian rebels backed by Turkish artillery fire had seized the Nayrab area between provincial capital Idlib and the key regime-controlled town of Saraqeb. Both the Turks and the Syrian government claimed the other side had been defeated.

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