Syria in last 24 hours: Army frees more lands in Dara'a operation

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The Damascus Army continued its large-scale operation in Dara'a province in Northwestern Syria over past 24 hours, capturing more hills and regions.


The Syrian army managed to drive terrorists out of the strategic hill of al-Jabiyeh overlooking the town of Nawa in Northwestern Dara'a.

The government troops also liberated the village of al-Sukriyeh and several military points Northwest of Nawa.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria

Dara'a

The Syrian Army units continued their large-scale operation in Northwestern Dara'a on Friday, capturing more hills and regions.

The army forces managed to drive terrorists out of the strategic hill of al-Jabiyeh overlooking the town of Nawa in Northwestern Dara'a.

The army soldiers further liberated the village of al-Sukriyeh and several military points Northwest of Nawa.

The army further advanced and captured the village of Qarqas North of al-Sukriyeh in Quneitra province after terrorists retreated from the battlefield.

A large number of terrorists were killed or wounded and their military hardware were destroyed in the attacks.

Meantime, the Russian Air Force carried out a number of combat flights over ISIL's strongholds in Southwestern Dara'a on Friday.

According to a military report from the government stronghold of Izraa, the Russian Air Force launched more than 20 airstrikes over Southwestern Dara'a today, targeting the large pocket belonging to the ISIL-affiliate “Jeish Khalid bin Walid” near the Jordanian border.

The report specified that a majority of the airstrikes targeted the ISIL-held towns of Jaleen, Adwan and Tasil, which are close to the Syrian Army troops' front-lines.

In addition to the Russian airstrikes, the Syrian army unleashed a large number of surface-to-surface missiles on ISIL’s positions in the Yarmouk Basin region of Dara'a.

This powerful air attack comes as the Syrian army prepares to launch a major offensive to purge the ISIL’s large pocket in Southwestern Dara'a.

Aleppo

The evacuation from two militant-besieged towns in Northwestern Syria ended on Friday after the last 22 buses with residents were allowed to leave for Aleppo, a security source said.

"This is the fourth motorcade carrying Fua'a and Kafraya residents to checkpoints in Al-Hadher and Al-Eis in Aleppo province and on to a temporary residential center in Jibrin," the source told Sputnik.

The government agreed with militants this week to evacuate the two towns in Idlib province, with a combined population of over 6,000, in return for the release of 1,500 fighters from Syrian prisons.

Sources in Idlib told Sputnik the Al-Nusra Front terrorist group had halted 22 buses after hundreds of militants declined to leave the government-controlled territory.

Fua'a and Kafraya have been under siege for more than three years. Some 18,000 people were trapped in the area last year, with many dying at the hands of militants or from famine.

Lattakia-Hama

The political wing of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) is going to open offices in several provinces inside Syria, the Spokesperson of the SDF, Ilham Ahmad, said.

According to Ahmad, the SDF’s political wing will be opening offices in the provinces of Lattakia, Damascus, Hama and Homs.

This move comes after another meeting between the Syrian government and Syrian Democratic Council in Northern Syria.

Fars news agency



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Syria in last 24 hours: Army frees more lands in Dara'a operation

2018/07/1532167973.jpg
Read: 710     18:45     21 July 2018    

The Damascus Army continued its large-scale operation in Dara'a province in Northwestern Syria over past 24 hours, capturing more hills and regions.


The Syrian army managed to drive terrorists out of the strategic hill of al-Jabiyeh overlooking the town of Nawa in Northwestern Dara'a.

The government troops also liberated the village of al-Sukriyeh and several military points Northwest of Nawa.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria

Dara'a

The Syrian Army units continued their large-scale operation in Northwestern Dara'a on Friday, capturing more hills and regions.

The army forces managed to drive terrorists out of the strategic hill of al-Jabiyeh overlooking the town of Nawa in Northwestern Dara'a.

The army soldiers further liberated the village of al-Sukriyeh and several military points Northwest of Nawa.

The army further advanced and captured the village of Qarqas North of al-Sukriyeh in Quneitra province after terrorists retreated from the battlefield.

A large number of terrorists were killed or wounded and their military hardware were destroyed in the attacks.

Meantime, the Russian Air Force carried out a number of combat flights over ISIL's strongholds in Southwestern Dara'a on Friday.

According to a military report from the government stronghold of Izraa, the Russian Air Force launched more than 20 airstrikes over Southwestern Dara'a today, targeting the large pocket belonging to the ISIL-affiliate “Jeish Khalid bin Walid” near the Jordanian border.

The report specified that a majority of the airstrikes targeted the ISIL-held towns of Jaleen, Adwan and Tasil, which are close to the Syrian Army troops' front-lines.

In addition to the Russian airstrikes, the Syrian army unleashed a large number of surface-to-surface missiles on ISIL’s positions in the Yarmouk Basin region of Dara'a.

This powerful air attack comes as the Syrian army prepares to launch a major offensive to purge the ISIL’s large pocket in Southwestern Dara'a.

Aleppo

The evacuation from two militant-besieged towns in Northwestern Syria ended on Friday after the last 22 buses with residents were allowed to leave for Aleppo, a security source said.

"This is the fourth motorcade carrying Fua'a and Kafraya residents to checkpoints in Al-Hadher and Al-Eis in Aleppo province and on to a temporary residential center in Jibrin," the source told Sputnik.

The government agreed with militants this week to evacuate the two towns in Idlib province, with a combined population of over 6,000, in return for the release of 1,500 fighters from Syrian prisons.

Sources in Idlib told Sputnik the Al-Nusra Front terrorist group had halted 22 buses after hundreds of militants declined to leave the government-controlled territory.

Fua'a and Kafraya have been under siege for more than three years. Some 18,000 people were trapped in the area last year, with many dying at the hands of militants or from famine.

Lattakia-Hama

The political wing of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) is going to open offices in several provinces inside Syria, the Spokesperson of the SDF, Ilham Ahmad, said.

According to Ahmad, the SDF’s political wing will be opening offices in the provinces of Lattakia, Damascus, Hama and Homs.

This move comes after another meeting between the Syrian government and Syrian Democratic Council in Northern Syria.

Fars news agency



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