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The Syrian Air Force carried out on Friday sorties against gatherings and movements of ISIS terrorists in the countryside of Raqqa and Hama, inflicting them heavy losses upon their ranks and equipment.

Syrian military sources said that a number of vehicles, some of them equipped with heavy machineguns, were destroyed due to the army’s airstrikes on the gatherings of mercenary-terrorist gangs in al-Shujeiri and its surroundings, to the south of Khirbet al-Haloul, al-Zamla and to the south of it in the southern and southwestern countryside of Raqqa province.

The sources added that the Syrian raids also targeted Daesh (ISIS, ISIL, IS) movement axes and fortifications in Abu Hanaia and Salba in the eastern countryside of Salamiyeh in Hama, resulting in the death of a number of Daesh terrorists and the destruction of weapons and artillery emplacements.

The Syrian Air Force also destroyed fortifications and vehicles for Daesh in Deir Ezzor and Homs provinces.

The Syrian Air Force also launched intensive strikes against gatherings and fortifications for Daesh in the area surrounding al-Kanamat Bridge, Huweija Bridge and Deir Ezzor Airport.

A military source added that army’s airstrikes also targeted the supply points and movement axes for Daesh in Hmima near the border between Homs and Deir Ezzor.

As a result of the airstrikes, a number of terrorists were killed and armored vehicles, vehicles equipped with machineguns, artillery emplacements and fortifications were destroyed.


Syrian News Agency, Reporters from the battlefields
Syrian Military Reports (7-8 July 2017)
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