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More of terrorist organizations’ positions targeted in the army’s continued crackdown

Terrorist organizations had more of their gatherings and positions targeted in the course of the army operations.



Army units killed many members of terrorist organizations on Idleb-Ein Sheib and in the areas of Martamsarin, Abu al-Duhour, Tal Salmo and Um Jerin in Idleb countryside.

More terrorists’ vehicles, some of which equipped with heavy machine guns, were destroyed by army units in Armanaz, al-Hbeit and Talaas in the countryside of Idleb, while the terrorists using the vehicles were killed.


Army units, in cooperation with popular defense groups, killed tens of terrorists, some of them are non-Syrian, in the area around Jazal gas field in the countryside of the central Homs province.

The army also targeted gatherings of terrorists in the hill of al-Msheirfeh al-Janoubiyeh and al-Wudeihi and killed a number of ISIS terrorists around al-Shaer gas field in the eastern countryside.

Army unit destroyed terrorists’ hideouts in al-Houla in Homs and killed a number of terrorists.

Damascus Countryside

SANA reporter said the army destroyed a cache for weapons and ammunition in Zamalka, killing and injuring a number of terrorists, many of them of non-Syrian nationalities.

Army units targeted terrorists’ hideouts and gatherings in Erbin, Marj al-Sultan, and killed many of Jabhet al-Nusra and Liwaa al-Islam terrorists.

Army unit destroyed 2 vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns and eliminated a number of terrorists on Aqraba-Nabe’a al-Sakhr road in Quneitra countryside.


More terrorists were killed and others were wounded during army operations in Mas’hara in the countryside of Quneitra province in southern Syria.


In the northern countryside of Lattakia, army units killed many terrorists after targeting their gatherings and hideouts in Salma, Kafr Delba, Marj Khoukheh, al-Kert, Dweirkieyh, al-Mreij.

The army also destroyed a cache with all weapons and ammunition inside it in Tertiah area.

Army units destroyed 2 workshops for manufacturing explosives and a number of vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns, eliminating large numbers of terrorists in al-Koum, Salma, al-Mreij, Tartyah, and Marj Khoukha in Lattakia countryside.


Syria army captures strategic town in Lattakia

The Syrian army has captured a strategic town in the western province of Lattakia from mercenary terrorists.

According to reports, the Syrian soldiers managed to take full control of the mountainous town of Doreen and Tal Doreen (Doreen Hill) in northwestern Lattakia after carrying out airstrikes on the terrorists’ positions in the restive region.

The operations to liberate Doreen started on Wednesday and the Syrian troops successfully cleared the area from the terrorists of Al-Nusra Front, killing two dozens of the Takfiri militants.

Doreen is located near the town of Salma, the Takfiris’ stronghold in Lattakia province. The area borders Idlib province, which is also the scene of clashes between the Syrian army and militants.

Last week, the Syrian army managed to repel an offensive by the Takfiri groups to capture al-Fo’aa and Kafrayya villages on the outskirts of the northwestern city of Idlib.


In the course of military operations in the southern Daraa province, units of the army and armed forces destroyed caches containing weapons and ammunition and killed many terrorists in Kafr Nasij, Aqraba, al-Teiheh, al-Sheikh Miskeen, al-Fqei’, Ibta, Samlin and Zamrin in the countryside.

Other army units targeted more hideouts for terrorists in the areas of Tafas, Atman, al-Nueimeh, Kafr Shams and Jassem in the countryside of Daraa and in Daraa al-Balad neighborhood in the city.

More terrorists were killed and their vehicles were destroyed in al-Lajat area in the countryside.

A military source said units of Army and Armed Forces eliminated a number of terrorist organizations’ members in Sneina village and al-Tiha-al-Mal intersection in Daraa countryside.

Army units killed and injured large numbers of terrorists in al-Sheikh Miskeen, al-Maslakh, and Qarfa in Daraa countryside.


Several of terrorists’ gatherings and hideouts were destroyed by army units in the northern Aleppo province in the areas of al-Rashideen neighborhood, Old City, al-Ameriyeh, al-Naana’I, Khan al-Assal, Andan, al- Shaar, Bab al-Hadid, al-Malah farms, al-Ramouseh and Salah-Eddin.

The operations also resulted in the destruction of several of the terrorists’ vehicles.


Army takes full control of Um al-Harat village in Sweida

(SANA – Haifa Said, 6/3/2015) – An army unit established full control over Um al-Harat village in Tal Asfar in the northeastern countryside of the southern Sweida province, a military source announced Friday.

The village came into the army’s hands after soldiers eliminated numbers of terrorists, the source told SANA, noting that a number of explosive devices and mines left behind by the terrorists were dismantled.


10 explosive devices and rocket bomb dismantled in Palmyra, Homs

(Homs, Haifa Said 6/3/2015) – The army thwarted Friday a terrorists’ attempt to detonate 10 explosive devices they had earlier planted in an area located 40 km east of Palmyra city in the countryside of Homs.

In cooperation with the authorities, an army unit successfully defused the devices, which weighed 25 to 40 kg each, according to a source in Homs.

The dismantling was carried out without causing any casualties, the source confirmed to SANA, adding that a rocket triggered by terrorists as a bomb to be remotely detonated was dismantled near Ark village in northeastern Palmyra city.

Earlier this month, 10 explosive devices placed inside water channels and under bridges in eastern Palmyra were dismantled.


Aid delivery in Yarmouk Camp resumes after 3-month interruption promoted by terrorist attacks

(Damascus, Yarmouk Camp, Haifa Said 6/3/2015) – Aid distribution in the terrorist-besieged Yarmouk Camp neighborhood resumed Thursday after a three-month interruption.

The neighborhood, which is located in southern Damascus city, came under the terrorist organizations’ siege in late 2012, and since then the delivery of humanitarian aid has been repeatedly suspended under incessant attempts by terrorists to disrupt it.

The recent of those attempts, which often included shooting and firing shells on residents at aid distribution sites, caused the process to be suspended for the past three months before it was resumed yesterday.

Anwar Abdul-Hadi, Director of the Political Bureau of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Damascus, announced the resumption of aid distribution in the neighborhood, which is home to Palestinian refugees and Syrian citizens.

Fully assisted and facilitated by the Syrian government all along, aid delivery has been carried out by the PLO and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

Speaking to SANA, al-Hadi expressed his thanks to the Syrian government for the facilitations that helped put the aid distribution process back on track, and to the UNRWA for its assistance to the besieged Palestinian refugees.

A new “safe” distribution site has been set up to enable the resumption of aid delivery, which “took great efforts,” said al-Hadi.

Up to 500 packages containing food supplies were successfully distributed yesterday, and the process is scheduled to continue in the coming days, according to al-Hadi.

The number of food packages distributed last year in the camp reached 55,000, while packages containing medical supplies reached 11,000.




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