Army troops kill large number of terrorists throughout Syria

March 25, 2017 3:02 pm

A Syrian militant
stands inside a heavily damaged building in Jobar on the eastern
outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus, on March 24, 2017. (Photos by
AFP)

Syrian
government forces have killed over 20 members of the
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorist group during operations in the country’s
southern province of Dara’a.

According
to sources on Saturday, the terrorists were killed during
intensive army operations in which a command center and a large amount
of the militant’s equipment were also destroyed.

Meanwhile,
the Syrian army also announced that it had restored security to the
town of Kawkab in the central Hama province following operations in
which a large number of terrorists were killed.
The army noted that the terrorists had infiltrated the town and had been engaging in acts of robbery and sabotage.
Elsewhere
in the country’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr, the air force
launched airstrikes on Daesh-held positions and supply routes, killing a
large number of Takfiri terrorists in the al-Rushdiyeh and al-Makabat
neighborhoods.
Government troops liberate six Aleppo villages
Also
on Saturday, Syrian forces purged the villages of Um al-Mari, Shreimeh,
Jnat Salameh, Had Housh, al-Qseer, and Khraej Daham from the presence
of terrorists.
During
the operations which were carried out in the country’s northern
province of Aleppo, a large number of Daeshis were killed or injured.

A
picture taken on March 22, 2017 near the town of Maardes in the
countryside of the central Syrian province of Hama, shows a armored
militant vehicle driving down an unpaved road.

The
army was also able to establish several safe corridors to the villages,
through which some 5,000 civilians were able to escape Daesh-held
regions.
has been fighting
different foreign-sponsored militant and terrorist groups since March
2011. UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura estimated last
August that more than 400,000 people had been killed in the crisis until
then.

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