Syria foils terrorists infiltration attempt in Hama
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, March 6, IRNA -- Syrian army units conducted an operation to retaliate terrorists' measures to breach de-escalation zone agreement in Idleb and also their attacks on military posts and safe villages in Hama.
Army units on Tuesday morning fired a barrage of missiles on dens of Jabhat al-Nusra and the affiliated groups on the outskirts of al-Tah town and Khan Sheikhoun in Idleb southern countryside in retaliation to their attempts to attack and infiltrate into liberated areas, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported.
A number of terrorists' dens and equipment were destroyed and scores of them were killed or injured.
Meanwhile, army units tracked the movements of terrorist groups who tried to infiltrate from the outskirts of Mourek town towards military posts and retaliated to their attempt through targeting them with the suitable weapons as most of them fled away and losses were inflicted upon them.
In the meantime, Army units in al-Ghab Plain destroyed dens of terrorists in al-Karkat and al-Madik citadel in response to their repeated violations and attacks on military points and safe villages in Hama northern countryside.
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