23 May 2019 - 10:49
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The Damascus Army sent a massive military convoy to Palmyra in Eastern Homs from Damascus to clean up the ISIL remnants from Homs' Badiyeh (desert) region.

RNA - A military source said that the Syrian Army has sent about 300 troops together with massive military equipment to Badiyeh al-Sham in Palmyra region in Eastern Homs from the surrounding areas of Damascus.

The source pointed to the Syrian Army's military reinforcements near Palmyra, and said that the dispatch of the Syrian Army troops takes place in line with the army's military operations to fully get rid of the remaining ISIL terrorists in Badiyeh region of Homs.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.

Homs

The Syrian Army dispatched a massive military convoy to Palmyra in Eastern Homs from Damascus to clean up the ISIL remnants from Homs' Badiyeh region.

The Syrian Army has sent about 300 troops together with massive military equipment to Badiyeh al-Sham in Palmyra region in Eastern Homs from the surrounding areas of Damascus, a military source said.

The source pointed to the Syrian Army's military reinforcements near Palmyra, and said that the dispatch of the Syrian Army troops takes place in line with the army's military operations to fully get rid of the remaining ISIL terrorists in Badiyeh region of Homs.

Meantime, the Syrian Army and Air Force also pounded the ISIL's movements in Badiyeh al-Sukhna, al-Moizaleh Dam and Wadi Abyaz Dam in Eastern Homs, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists.

Hama-Idlib

The Turkish government is attempting to protect and save the terrorist groups by extending the ceasefire as the Syrian Army is preparing to launch the second phase of its military operations in the region, media reports said.

The Arabic-language Al-Watan newspaper quoted militants affiliated to the National Liberation Front (NFL) terrorist group as saying that Turkey plans to ask the Russian side to further extend truce in Northern Syria in an upcoming meeting which will probably be held in Ankara.

Meantime, local sources affiliated to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) said that over 2,500 Ankara-backed terrorists have arrived in battlefronts of Hama and Idlib from Northern and Northeastern Aleppo during the ceasefire.

Meantime, the truce was violated by terrorist groups and their consecutive fierce attacks at Monday midnight before the ceasefire deadline arrived.

Meantime, the AMN reported that the Syrian Army is preparing to launch the second phase of their offensive in Northwestern Syria.

The first phase, which concentrated on areas under the control of the militants in Northwestern Hama, paved the way for the Syrian Army to expand their rule to Jabal Shashabou area and the jihadist-held Al-Ghab Plain.

The second phase of the offensive will concentrate on the Al-Ghab Plain, which has been the scene of clashes since the Jaysh Al-Fateh offensive in the Spring of 2015.

In order for this offensive to be successful, the Syrian Army will also need to capture the key mountaintop town of Kabani, which overlooks much of the Al-Ghab Plain and the nearby city of Jisr Al-Shughour.

The offensive will likely be successful if they can expel Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and the Turkistani Party from Kabani.

Raqqa

The corpses of over 600 victims of the ISIL terrorist group were discovered in one of the biggest mass-graves in Raqqa.

Head of Raqqa's Rescue Team Yasser al-Khamis announced on Tuesday that 670 corpses have been discovered from the first row of al-Fakhikheh mass-grave in Southern Raqqa that contains several more rows each containing an unknown number of dead bodies.

He added that the mass-grave included bodies of ISIL militants and a large number of civilians executed by the terrorists, noting that according to their intel, several corpses also belong to the foreign media workers who had been executed by the terrorists in Raqqa.

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