RNA - The Syrian army killed and wounded scores of terrorists in Southwestern territories of Damascus province.
The Syrian army also inflicted heavy losses on the terrorist groups in other key regions across Syria.
Syrian Army troops engaged in heavy fighting with terrorists and did not allow them to break through government forces' positions in Southwestern Damascus and move towards militant-held regions in Quneitra province.
Tens of terrorists trapped in the circle of the army soldiers in Southwestern Damascus used the Marwan height and a region near the town of Beit Jin and stormed the army positions in the village of al-Maqrouseh to push back the army men and lift their siege to open a way and move towards Quneitra province.
The army troops inflicted heavy losses on the militants while artillery units shelled terrorists' supply lines on the road from Beit Jin to Moqr al-Mir, repelling militants' attack.
Terrorist groups lost 30 members in the failed attack and pulled back the remaining pockets of their forces from the battlefield to evade more casualties.
Syrian Army troops continued to hit ISIL's positions near Hayan gas field, capturing more hills after hours of non-stop clashes in Eastern Homs.
The army soldiers engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL and managed to take control over several hills overlooking West of Hayan factory in Hayan gas field.
The army men also targeted ISIL's gatherings and positions near al-Maher oilfield near the city of Palmyra (Tadmur), killing or wounding a number of terrorists.
Informed sources in Eastern Homs disclosed earlier on Sunday that the Army's engineering units are preparing T4 airbase's runway for the landing of more military and logistic planes.
The sources confirmed that the army experts are preparing the runway and other necessary equipment of T4 military airport to be capable of hosting more logistic and combat planes.
They added that the army men have continued their anti-ISIL operation in Eastern Homs to reinvigorate the T4 airbase's security for taking back the city of Palmyra and energy-rich regions.
The Kurdish troops have pushed ISIL back from 700 sq/km of land in Raqqa province in the third phase of the Euphrates Rage Operation, the Kurdish forces' operation room announced Sunday.
The Euphrates Rage Operation said in a statement that ISIL has withdrawn from 98 villages and farms in the first nine days of the third phase of anti-ISIL operation in Raqqa.
The statement added that 124 ISIL members have been killed and nine others have been captured by the Kurdish forces.
The statement further said that several canons, several vehicles carrying heavy weapons, 63 tunnels, 3 bomb-laden suicide vehicles and three drones were destroyed in Kurdish forces' operation, while 1,256 landmines were defused by engineering units.
Syrian Army troops started attacking gatherings of terrorist groups in different neighborhoods of the Southern city of Dara'a after government forces' positions in the city came under militants' assaults.
The army soldiers in a retaliatory attack targeted terrorists' positions in the neighborhood of al-Manshiyeh, while other units of the army hit terrorists' centers in Old Customs, inflicting heavy casualties on the terrorists.
Tens of terrorists had previously attacked the army positions in al-Manshiyeh from two flanks in Dara'a al-Balad district and from the farms, checkpoints and air defense camp West of al-Manshiyeh.
There have been intense movements of terrorist commanders in Southern Syria in recent days.
Media sources privy to the terrorist groups disclosed that the newly-formed Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board) has declared war on Jund al-Aqsa after the latter managed to take control of several towns in Southern Idlib.
The sources said that Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at has declared war against Liwa al-Aqsa, a branch of Jund al-Aqsa in Hama province.
They added that one of Abu Abdul Malek al-Shami, a commander of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at, has underlined his forces' firm will to annihilate Liwa al-Aqsa.
The sources said that combatants of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at have driven Liwa al-Aqsa forces out of the town of al-Tamanna in Southern Idlib.
The Hay'at's decision to open war on Jund al-Aqsa came after the Liwa al-Aqsa took control of the town of Kafr Sajneh in Southern Idlib.
Later, Jund al-Aqsa terrorists continued their advances in the region and seized control over the town of Khan Sheikhoun and al-Tamanna.