Air strikes resume on rebel-held Damascus water-source valley
Rebels and local activists say pro-government forces are using water issue to score political victory weeks after fall of Aleppo city
BEIRUT, Jan 8 (Reuters) - Air strikes resumed on Sunday in a rebel-held valley near Damascus containing the Syrian capital's main water supply, a day after insurgents and the government failed to agree a plan to repair the springs knocked out of service two weeks ago.
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