“Syrian government forces, backed up by army’s artillery and missile units, inflicted major losses on the militants and captured al-Jandoul square,” the sources said.
“After the liberation of al-Jandoul, Jeish al-Fatah pulled forces back from Ba’eidin neighborhood and civilians there raised the Syrian flag over buildings,” the sources added.
The latest reports from Northern Syria said on Monday that Army troops and popular forces continued to inflict major casualties on Jeish al-Fatah, beating back the terrorist group from the Northeastern and Southwestern districts of Aleppo.
After hours of fierce clashes with Sultan Murad and Faylaq al-Sham terrorist groups, the Syrian government forces captured fresh building blocks in Bostan al-Pasha, bringing under their control over half of the district.
City sources said that the Syrian army is resolved to seize al-Sakhour square from Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front).
“More buildings near Khalid Bin Walid in Salahuddin district in Southwestern Aleppo have been captured by the Syrian army,” the sources said, adding, “Army soldiers have intensified their attacks on terrorists’ centers in Ba’aeidin square from al-Oweijeh neighborhood.”