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Topic - Mohammed Adnan Arabo
Syrian rebels fully captured a northern town near the Turkish border on Tuesday after weeks of siege and heavy fighting.
"The regime cannot protect its bases and also cannot send forces to support troops under siege," he said.
He added that some regime forces are being diverted to the capital to fight there.