Rebels shot down a government warplane over the town of Al-Eis in northern Syria on Tuesday and captured one crew member alive, a rebel source told AFP.
The rebel source said it was "likely that (Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate) Al-Nusra Front shot down the plane and took the pilot."
On Friday, Al-Nusra and allied rebels pushed regime loyalists out of Al-Eis, a strategic town in Aleppo province.
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