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The Syrian warplanes, tipped off by intelligence agents about the venue of ISIL commanders’ meeting, bombed Raqqa governor-general’s building, killing several terrorist commanders, including the Emir of Raqqa.
The Syrian fighter jets targeted heavily the building of the governor-general in the Central parts of Raqqa, where senior ISIL commanders and Emir of Raqqa Abu Mojahid Libi were in a secret meeting.
Several ISIL commanders and the Emir were killed and several more were wounded in the airstrikes.
Two other notorious commanders of the terrorist groups, including a Saudi national, were killed in heavy fighting with the Syrian Army troops in two different battlefields in the Northern province of Aleppo.
The Syrian army fended off joint attack of the al-Nusra Front and the Free Syrian Army on government forces’ positions, which ended in the killing of many terrorists, including their Saudi commander Abu Mousa al-Jazrawi.
Meantime, the Syrian soldiers attacked the al-Sham Corps’ stronghold near Khan Touman in the Southwestern part of Aleppo province which claimed the lives of several terrorist, including their commander Safi Abu Nadim.