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Army units on Tuesday continued operations against the foreign-backed terrorists across the country, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

Units of the armed forces continued the military operations against gatherings and dens of terrorists in a number of areas in the northern province of Aleppo and its countryside, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

A military source told SANA that army units targeted gatherings of terrorists in the areas of al-Sheikh Said, al-Mashhad, al-Enzarat, Salah Eddin, al-A’azamiya and to the west of al-Mansoura in Aleppo, leaving many terrorists dead and wounded.

The source added that units of the armed forces also destroyed a number of cars, killing all terrorists inside them in the areas of Kwaires, al-Jandoul, Handarat camp, to the west of Urm, Hraitan, Khan al-Asal, Baben, al-Maslamiya, A’azaz and Banan in the countryside of the province.

Army units target terrorists’ dens along the Syrian-Lebanese borders in Jarrod al-Kalamoon in Damascus countryside, eliminating dozens of them.

The army units  eliminated a number of terrorists and injured others in the village of al-Ghajar in al-Rastan in Homs countryside, among them leader of an armed terrorist group Sadam Hamdan.

A military source told SANA that an army unit thwarted terrorists’ attempt to infiltrate from Jsir al-Kharab towards the farms and grooves of al-Waer in Homs, killing and injuring a number of them.

The source added that the army units killed and wounded a big number of terrorists in the villages of Masa’dah, Unq al-Hawa, Um Sahrij and al-Sultaniyeh in the eastern countryside of Homs and in Gharibeh farm in Talbiseh town.

An army unit killed a number of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorists when they were attempting to attack a military post in al-Mi’bar area in the city of Deir Ezzor.

A source in the province said that another army unit killed a number of the ISIS and injured others near Jsir al-Siyaseh in al-Howiaka neighborhood and destroyed their weapons.




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