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Syrian army gains full control of Halfaya town
The Syrian army has made more advancement against al-Qaeda-linked Takfiri terrorists in the western province of Hama.
Army units, backed by the National Defense volunteer forces, have taken full control of the town of Halfaya and its surrounding areas.
Units of the armed forces in cooperation with national defense forces assumed full control of Helfaya town and the areas surrounding it after restoring security and stability to the towns and villages of Arzeh, Khatab, Khourbet al-Hjameh, Blahssein, al-Qsa’aiyeh, Shar’aya, Tal al-Samsam and the hills to the west of Taybat al-Imam town in the northern countryside of Hama, killing large numbers of terrorists, most of them were non-Syrians and destroying their equipment and vehicles.
In a statement, the Army General Command said that the achievement comes after the army’s direct hits against the armed terrorist groups which dealt severe blows to their morale.
The Command affirmed that eliminating terrorist organizations in the northern countryside of Hama comes to meet peoples’ desire for uprooting terrorism in Syria.
The Syrian troops also inflicted heavy losses on Takfiri terrorists and killed a number of their leaders during operations in Damascus countryside.
Dozens of militants were also killed in separate army operations in several key provinces.
The Army General Command reiterated its pledge to achieve more victories until security is restored to all the country.
Dozens of chief militants killed in Syria bomb blast
North-Syria: up to 45 leading members of a mercenary terrorist group have been killed in a bombing in the northern province of Idlib.
The bomb attack targeted a meeting of about 50 leaders of Ahrar al-Sham, a terroristic gang of criminal mercenaries.
The group has confirmed that its leader, Hasaan Aboud, was killed in the attack, and many others were also injured.
The blast occurred at the house of one of the leaders of Ahrar al-Sham, which is believed to have received funding from some Gulf states.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.
Ahrar al-Sham is a terrorist group and part of the Islamic Front alliance, which is fighting against the Syrian government and sometime against Daesh-ISIL and other groups for the division of the booty.
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