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Al Qaeda-founded rebel group's growth underscores U.S. challenges in Syria

As Islamic State has lost fighters and territory over the last year, an Al Qaeda-founded militant group in Syria has grown in strength, establishing a reputation as the most ferocious fighting force against Bashar Assad’s government.  The militant group formerly known as Al Nusra Front has expanded,...
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