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(Hama, 28/2/2016) ~ Army units repelled an attack by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists against a military post in the southern countryside of Hama.

An army unit clashed with terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra who attacked a military post in Hur Benafsu area 40 kilometer to the south of Hama.

The clashes ended by thwarting the attack after scores of terrorists fell dead or injured along with their vehicles which were destroyed.

(Hama, 27/2/2016) ~ A unit of the Syrian army and the Syrian armed forces on Saturday foiled a ISIS terrorist  attack in the countryside of Salamyieh City in the eastern countryside of Hama Province.

A unit of the army destroyed a car bomb loaded with huge amounts of explosives that belongs to Daesh (ISIS) terrorists before reaching one of the military points in the surroundings of al-Mffaker village in the countryside of Salamyieh City.

Later, a military source said Syrian army units thwarted attempts by Daesh to attack military positions in al-Salamiya countryside in Hama province along the direction of Barri Sharqi/Aqareb/al-Bassel forest/Tal Abyad, inflicting heavy losses in personnel and equipment upon the terrorists.

The source said the clashes resulted in the death of 35 terrorists, injured scores of them, and destroyed 4 machinegun-equipped vehicles, a bulldozer, artillery pieces, and mortar launchers.

Earlier today, Six civilians were killed and several others were injured in three terrorist explosions in Salamyieh area in the eastern countryside of Hama.

Earlier Friday, army units, in cooperation with the popular defense groups, restored security and stability to Rasm al-Teineh and Mentar al-Hajaneh villages in the eastern countryside of Hama, inflicting terrorists’ heavy losses in personnel and equipment.

Deir Ezzor

(Deir Ezzor, 28/2/2016) ~ An army unit killed more than 20 ISIS terrorists during operations against their hideouts in the areas of al-Ketef and al-Masmaka in Bukmal city to the southeast of Deir-Ezzor.

A military source told SANA Sunday that an army unit destroyed upon investigative information a den of ISIS terrorists, a broadcasting station and a tank in al-Sfeira al-Fouqani village to the northwest to Deir-Ezzor.

In Deir-Ezzor city, army units destroyed a tunnel of ISIS terrorists in al-Matar al-Qadeem neighborhood, a rocket launcher in al-Jbeila and a vehicle that was transferring terrorists near al-Syasia Bridge to the north entrance of the city.

Earlier Saturday, three children were killed and 12 other people were injured in ten ISIS terrorists’ mortar and rocket shells at al-Joura and al-Qosour neighborhoods in Deir Ezzor.

(Deir Ezzor, 27/2/2016) ~ In Deir Ezzor province, the Syrian Air Force eliminated a number of Daesh leaders in a series of concentrated airstrikes on their positions in the province’s countryside.

The airstrikes focused on Daesh hideouts, bases, and concentrations in al-Sfaira al-Foqani village 12 km northwest of Deir Ezzor city, which resulted in the death of a number of Daesh leaders and in destroying entire hideouts along with the weapons and ammo inside them.

The source added that airstrikes also destroyed Daesh hideouts and concentrations in al-Jafra village in the countryside east of Deir Ezzor city.

SAA destroy a wehicle loaded with weaponry

Syrian & Russian Military Reports, 27 October 2015
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