Syrian forces have regained control over more than a dozen villages in the country’s northern province of Aleppo.
The latest round of the Syrian peace talks has concluded in the Swiss city of Geneva, with the United Nations hailing the negotiations as "substantive" and the talks yielding a “clear agenda” for the future of the war-ravaged Arab country.
The Syrian army has optimized its T-72 battlefield tanks to resist against an anti-tank missiles, media reports disclosed on Thursday.
The ISIL militants are trying to open a path to retreat from Palmyra (Tadmur) in Homs province as the Syrian army continues its massive raid and captured major parts of the ancient city, media reports said on Thursday.
UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura has told all parties present at the Syria peace talks being held in Geneva that several more rounds of negotiations would be needed before any manner of accord is reached.
Simultaneous bombings have targeted separate areas across the western Syria city of Homs, claiming a total of 42 lives.
Russia says its warplanes have successfully hit positions held by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in Syria’s northern province of Raqqah, the stronghold of the militant outfit in the war-torn Arab country.
Peace slowly but surely returns to Aleppo as the city stadium hosted its first football match since the beginning of the five-years long battle for the metropolis in 2012.
The Al-Nusra Front (that has recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham Front) lost 35 members in clashes with three other terrorist groups in Aleppo and Idlib provinces.