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Syrian Army reports successful airstrikes against Daesh and al-Nusra

Syrian Army spokesperson, General Ali Muaeeb, announced in a statement to the press in Damascus, Wednesday, that the Air Force of the Syrian Arab Army has conducted “193 air sorties in the period between December 10-16, hitting 563 terrorist targets” all over Syria.

More than 200 militant targets hit in latest airstrikes – Russian MoD

Russian Defence Ministry spokesperson Igor Konashenkov confirmed that 212 militant positions had been hit in the latest round of Russian airstrikes, while speaking to press at the Hmeymim Airbase in Latakia, Wednesday.

“During the last 24 hours Russia’s planes in the Syrian Arab Republic conducted 59 sorties, hitting 212 targets in Aleppo, Idlib, Latakia, Hama, Homs, Al-Hasakah and Raqqah provinces. Terrorists continue to sustain losses in both troops and equipment. During the last 24 hours more than 320 militants were killed and 34 armoured vehicles were destroyed,” Konashenkov stated.

Inside the crucial Tartus Port that supports Russia’s Navy

Several cruisers, frigates and corvettes were docked at the port of the city of Tartus, Thursday, where the Russian navy has a Material-Technical Support Point to support its vessels in the region.

EXCLUSIVE first images inside recaptured Marj al-Sultan airbase

Following the Syrian Army’s successful mission to recapture the Marj al-Sultan airbase on the outskirts of Damascus, Monday, Ruptly gained exclusive first images inside the liberated military facility.

Footage shows a wide range of damaged hardware, including tanks and helicopters, and several damaged buildings. Smoke can be seen rising near to the base as the Syrian Army continues to advance on militant positions on the outskirts of Damascus.

Syrian Army continue to secure ex-IS stronghold of al-Nuba mountain

Troops from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continued their operation that has seen them take control of the al-Nuba mountain in the Latakia province, Wednesday, with the assistance of allied militias. The strategic hilltop was previously controlled by militants from the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), but they were forced to retreat following a fierce battle with the Syrian Army.

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