Syria’s army has established full control over three districts in southeastern Aleppo, the SANA news agency reported on Monday.




The militants were driven out of Sheikh Saeed after fierce fighting. The Syrian army units also retook the districts of Al-Fardous and Karm Al-Deadea, some 360 km from Damascus.


Since late November, the Syrian forces and self-defense militias have liberated more than 50 quarters in eastern Aleppo and now control nearly 90% of the city’s territory.