Syrian forces have regained control over more than a dozen villages in the country’s northern province of Aleppo.
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has been steadily advancing inside the Wadi Barada area of rural Damascus, capturing several sites from the Jabhat Fateh Al Sham (JFS) terrorists inside "Ayn Al Fijah".
The Syrian Arab Army's (SAA) restarted their military operations in the Wadi Barada area of rural Damascus on Sunday after negotiations with the rebels turned sour.
Another Senior terrorist commander of Fatah Al Sham movement killed in Idlib and terrorist group lost one other Senior heads. But this time Mohammad Al Muri or Abu Yousif Al Ansari Killed by a road-side bomb not by Syrian, Russian or what called anti ISIS Coalition warplanes.
Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops continued their offensive in the Wadi Barada area of Damascus, Monday, reportedly reaching the gates of militant-held area.
The US Coalition reportedly carried out a lethal series of airstrikes over the Idlib countryside on Tuesday, killing and wounding scores of terrorists near the Turkish border-crossing in Syrian Province of Idlib.
Abu Umar Al Turkistani highest ranking commanders of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly known as Al Nusra Front) on Sunday targeted by a US drone attack on his vehicle along the Sarmada Highway in the Idlib Governorate.
The Syrian Army's entry into 'Ayn Al Fijeh' last night marks the first time in several years that the government forces have a presence inside this region which is located to the towns of Al-Zabadani and Madaya which are under control of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham terrorist group.
Russia has called on the UN Security Council to adopt a Russian-drafted resolution that aims to support a ceasefire agreement brokered by Moscow and Ankara in Syria.
Syrian army soldiers, supported by fighters from popular defense groups, have managed to liberate a village in the western province from the grip of ISIS terrorist group as a nationwide ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey, which excludes the Takfiris, appears to be largely holding.