Syrian activists and rebels say opposition fighters have recaptured a village on the sting of their stronghold in northwestern Syria.

Naji al-Mustafa, a spokesman for armed factions, says the fighters regained management of Kfar Nabuda on Wednesday in an in a single day counteroffensive, driving authorities forces from areas they captured earlier this month.

Authorities forces had seized Kfar Nabuda on Might 8, slicing into rebel-held territory.

The clashes erupted on April 30, wrecking a cease-fire brokered by Russia and Turkey final September and elevating fears of a wider authorities offensive.

The final main rebel-held space in Syria, within the northwestern Idlib province and components of neighboring Hama, is dwelling to some Three million individuals.

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