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A picture taken on March 2, 2020, from the outskirts of the city of Binnish shows a Turkish self-propelled artillery firing from their location near the town of Saraqib in the eastern part of the Idlib province in northwestern Syria. - Regime forces re-entered the northwestern Syrian town of Saraqeb after losing it days earlier to rebels, a monitor and state media said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said regime forces had wrested back full control. Syrian state news agency SANA said the army had re-entered the town after violent clashes against Turkey-backed rebels. (Photo by Muhammad HAJ KADOUR / AFP) (Photo by MUHAMMAD HAJ KADOUR/AFP via Getty Images)

A picture taken on March 2, 2020, from the outskirts of the city of Binnish shows a Turkish self-propelled artillery firing from their location near the town of Saraqib in the eastern part of the Idlib province in northwestern Syria. - Regime forces re-entered the northwestern Syrian town of Saraqeb after losing it days earlier to rebels, a monitor and state media said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said regime forces had wrested back full control. Syrian state news agency SANA said the army had re-entered the town after violent clashes against Turkey-backed rebels. (Photo by Muhammad HAJ KADOUR / AFP) (Photo by MUHAMMAD HAJ KADOUR/AFP via Getty Images)