Syrian army targets terrorists in Hama, Idleb
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, Sept 6, IRNA -- Syrian army units achieved a new advancement in hunting down Daesh (ISIS) terrorists in al-Safa hills in the depth of Sweida eastern Badyia (desert).
SANA reporter in Sweida said that army units, in cooperation with the supporting forces, engaged in violent clashes with Daesh terrorists in Ard Qa'a al-Banat to the northwest of al-Safa hills as they advanced over an area of 2 km, tightening the noose over the remnants of terrorists and cutting their supply routes.
The reporter indicated that scores of terrorists were killed in the clashes and the army established fire control over the rest of water resources of Daesh terrorists amid rapid collapses among their ranks
SANA reporter indicated that army units continued to hunt down the remnants of, Daesh terrorists who fled away towards the depth of the area, using suitable weapons.
Meanwhile, the army artillery and air force destroyed fortified positions and barricades belonging to terrorists in the depth of the area, killing all terrorists inside them.
Meanwhile, the army units destroyed arms depot and sites for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in Idleb southern and Hama northern countryside.
SANA reporter in Hama said that an army unit targeted with artillery fire positions and hotbeds for the terrorist organizations in the southern countryside of Idleb, destroying sites and arms depot in al-Tamanea town, about 8 km east of khan Sheikhoun city and al-Teh village, in addition to destroying a training camp for the terrorist organizations in Tel Aas village in Idleb countryside.
The reporter added that the army units also bombarded the hotbeds and the fortified points of the terrorists in Kafar Zeita surrounding in the northern countryside of Hama, destroying a cave used by the terrorists as a field hospital to treat the injured terrorists.
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