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Thousands of Syrians in rebel-held Idlib province have been rallying to show their opposition to both President Bashar al-Assad and to hardline armed groups.
There were major gatherings in more than two dozen towns.
The scenes were reminiscent of protests in 2011 before the war.
But seven and a half years later, much has changed.
Al Jazeera’s Stefanie Dekker reports from Antakya, on the Turkey-Syria border.
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