Fears over potential clashes between FSA and Idlib fighters

A military build-up continues on Turkey's border with Syria where Turkey is supporting a campaign to secure opposition control over the city of Idlib.

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    A military build-up continues on Turkey's border with Syria, where Turkey is supporting a campaign to secure opposition control over the city of Idlib.

    But civilians still live in fear of potential clashes between Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army fighters and Hay'et Tahrir Al-Sham, an alliance of armed groups that holds Idlib.

     

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports.


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