The army units have killed more terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS in continued operations against their positions, where hideouts and centers for the terrorist organizations are getting destroyed.

 

Syria

 

Homs

 

Army units targeted positions and movements of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists, destroying a vehicle convoy in Dahret al-Ballan in al-Rastan area and several of their hideouts in separated areas in Talbiseh in the countryside of Homs, a military told SANA on Wednesday.

 

Other army units targeted ISIS centers and fortified sites in al-Muthalath area and al-Tabaj Mountain and destroyed two vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns in al-Tar Mountain in Palmyra area.

 

Aleppo

 

Army units directly hit centers and fortifications for ISIS terrorists in the villages of Najjara and al-Jaberiyeh in the eastern countryside of the northern Aleppo province.

 

The sites targeted were destroyed along with the weapons and vehicles equipped with machine guns there, adding that the terrorists present at the sites were killed.

 

More sites and vehicles for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists were destroyed in Khan al-Asal on the western outskirts of Aleppo City.

 

In Aleppo city, the army units targeted terrorists’ positions in the neighborhoods of al-Lairamoun, al-Firdous, Bani Zaid, al-Maasaraniyeh, al-Sheikh Lutfi and Bustan al-Basha.

 

The terrorist organizations acknowledged on their social media pages the death of a number of their members, including a leader within the so-called “Thouar al-Sham Brigades” who is named Mohammad Sheikh al-Jibb.

 

Daraa

 

An army unit targeted terrorists’ movements in al-Nazihin Camp and to the south of al-Manshiyeh neighborhood in Daraa al-Balad area in Daraa city, inflicting losses upon them in personnel and equipment, including an armored vehicle.

 

Another army unit targeted positions for Jabhat al-Nusra-linked terrorists to the southeast of Bosra Square and to the north of al-Banin School in Daraa al-Mahatta neighborhood in the city.

 

SANA

 

 

 

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