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Syrian Army Kills 25 Terrorists in Hama Province

The Syrian army pounded terrorists’ positions in Hama province near the border with the neighboring Homs, killing over two dozen militants.

At least 25 Takfiri terrorists were killed in the army’s offensive in the town of Aqrab in Southwestern Hama province.

The army’s artillery units hit the terrorists’ positions in Southwestern Hama concurrent with the infantry’s fresh operation there.

The Syrian army’s artillery also destroyed the militants’ arms depot in the hilltops of Hama province.

The Syrian army and popular defense forces started fresh operations on Saturday night to purge some regions of Hama and Homs provinces of Takfiri terrorists.

The Syrian forces cut the terrorists’ lines of supply in Hama and Homs provinces by winning back the strategic mountainous areas of Aqrab town.

The army troops regained full control over the Southern parts of the Aqrab hill on Saturday.
On Saturday, the Syrian air force bombed positions of the Takfiri terrorists in the countryside of Hama, killing dozens of the militants.

The air force conducted a number of airstrikes against hideouts and positions of the terrorist groups in al-Rahjan village, 50 km to the East of Hama city, and killed a number of terrorists and injured others.

A number of vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns and an amount of arms and ammunition belonging to the terrorists were destroyed in the airstrikes.

A number of the ISIL terrorists were also killed and others were injured in a series of air strikes against their positions in al-Salamyieh countryside.

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Mercenary-Terrorists Suffer Heavy Losses in Quneitra

A large group of Takfiri militants were killed and injured in Syrian military operations in the countryside of Quneitra.

A number of terrorists were killed and several others were injured during an army operation against their hideouts and concentration centers in Tranja and Jabata al-Khashab villages in the Northern countryside of Quneitra on Saturday.

Meanwhile, media reports said that Housam Laila and Mohammad Alaa Eddin, the two commanders of al-Nusra Front, were identified among the dead terrorists.

A large group of terrorists were killed and injured in a military operation near the junction between Sahita and al-Samadaniyeh al-Gharbiyeh in the Eastern countryside of Quneitra.

Syria has been battling foreign-sponsored militancy since March 2011. Estimates by the United Nations show that the violence fueled by Takfiri terrorist groups has so far left over 230,000 people dead and another seven million displaced.

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Syrian Troops Advance in Hasaka

Syrian army troops inflicted heavy losses on the foreign-backed militants, and regained control over many areas in Hasaka.

On Saturday, the army has made great advances against the Takfiri militants in the neighborhoods of al-Nashwa al-Sharqiyeh and al-Nashwa al-Gharbiye in the city of Hasaka.

Field sources said on Saturday that army advanced further towards more building blocks in al-Nashwah al-Sharqiyeh, and regained control of more areas there.

The sources further said that the ISIL terrorists were driven out of large swathes on the axis linking al-Bassel roundabout and Banorama roundabout in the Eastern side of the neighborhood.

In al-Nashwa al-Gharbiyeh neighborhood, the volunteer forces regained control over al-Sharia roundabout, a number of building blocks and the roundabout near the Electricity Company, and have continued to advance towards the Children Hospital and the Faculty of Literature and Human Sciences. The forces killed scores of terrorists and destroyed their hideouts in the operation.

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