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27 October 2018 - 09:42
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Rasa - Terrorist groups, deployed in Northern and Northwestern Syria, continued attacking Damascus forces' strongholds in Idlib, Aleppo and Hama provinces in violation of the Sochi Agreement, a Russian media outlet reported on Wednesday.
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RNA - Terrorist groups, deployed in Northern and Northwestern Syria, continued attacking Damascus forces' strongholds in Idlib, Aleppo and Hama provinces in violation of the Sochi Agreement, a Russian media outlet reported on Wednesday.




The Arabic-language website of Sputnik reported that terrorists of Horas al-Deen, deployed near Turkish monitoring posts in al-Sarman region in Eastern Idlib, targeted the army's positions in the town of Ajaz.


In the meantime, the army's artillery and missile units pounded terrorists' positons of Horas al-Deen in al-Sarman.


Meanwhile, Syria's al-Watan daily reported that the army has targeted terrorists' positions in Hama, Aleppo and Lattakia provinces after the terrorists opened fire at the government forces.


Terrorists have been launching an increasing number of attacks on the army from the demilitarized zone in recent days.


Also in the past 24 hours, a sum of 300 civilians left terrorist-held regions in Idlib province for the regions controlled by the Syrian Army after reopening of Abu al-Dhohour passageway South-East of the province, a state-run Russian news agency reported.


The Arabic-language website of Sputnik reported that the Syrian official in cooperation with the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria have reopened Abu al-Dhohour humanitarian corridor for those civilians that intended to leave terrorist-held regions in Idlib.


It further said that a sum of 300 civilians, mostly women and children, have been evacuated to the army-controlled regions via Abu al-Dhohour.


The report went on to say that the terrorists were preventing civilians from leaving Idlib.


It said that the Syrian and Russian forces will possibly open new corridors in Qala al-Madhiq and Morek in Northern Hama.


Also on Wednesday, Mohammad Abu Abdulaziz, a field commander of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) was gunned down by unidentified assailants in Idlib province on Wednesday.


Abu Abdulaziz, a notorious commander of Tahrir al-Sham, was killed after unknown raiders opened fire at his vehicle North of the village of Kafromeh West of Ma'arat al-Nu'aman in Southern Idlib.


In the meantime, Tahrir al-Sham engaged in heavy fighting with Alwiyah Soqhour al-Sham affiliated to the Turkey-backed National Liberation Front near the town of Jarjanaz in Southern Idlib after


Soqour al-Sham set up a post at a crossroad near Jarjanaz, al-Qadafah, Talmanas and al-Haraki.


A number of militants and 2 civilians were killed in the clashes.


Deir Ezzur


A number of civilians were killed and wounded after the US-led coalition fighter jets bombed residential areas in a small town in Southeastern Deir Ezzur on Wednesday.


Syria's state news agency, SANA, reported that the fighter jets pounded residential neighborhoods in the town of al-Souseh and regions near the town in Southeastern Deir Ezzur, killing and wounding a number of civilians and destroying their properties.


The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) also launched artillery attack on al-Souseh.


Also on Wednesday, the Syrian army troops, backed up by the country's Air forces, managed to fend off ISIL's heavy attacks near Palmyra and in Eastern Deir Ezzur.


The army men engaged in fierce clashes with a group of ISIL terrorists South-East of the town of al-Sukhnah, North-East of Palmyra (Tadmur) city in Eastern Homs and managed to ward off their attack, inflicting major losses on them.


In the meantime, the fighter jets pounded ISIL's movements near Aweiraz Dam and T2 Oil Pumping Station and near a border region between Deir Ezzur and Homs's Eastern desert, inflicting heavy casualties on the terrorists.


Other units of the army engaged in a tough battle with ISIL near the town of Mou Hassan on the Western Banks of the Euphrates River and repelled their attack.  


Also in the past 24 hours,  the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) freed over 100 ISIL terrorists in Hasaka after reports on their meeting in Deir Ezzur province, Kurdish-affiliated sources reported.


The sources said that the SDF released a sum of 102 ISIL terrorists, including 10 Iraqi terrorists, from a jail in Hasaka.


According to Fars News Agency, they added that the ISIL terrorists were freed after they ended their 2-year-period of conviction.


Also in the past 24 hours, the US Army dispatched a new convoy of military vehicles to one of its bases in Deir Ezzur.


The US army's long convoy, including 90 trucks carrying arms and ammunition and other military hardware, entered Syria's Hasaka controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) via Simalka border-crossing with Iraq.


The convoy further moved towards the US-run bases in Eastern Deir Ezzur.




A large number of Syrians in the occupied Golan region in the Southwestern province of Quneitra set fire again at the election cards distributed by the Israeli forces in the region, Syria's state-run news agency reported on Wednesday.


SANA reported that Syrians in the occupied Golan opposed an Israeli plan for Judaization of the region, including holding a local council election.


People in the villages of Majdal al-Shams, Ein Daqa, Ein Mas'adah and Baq'ath poured into the streets and burned the election cards in front of the Israeli soldiers' eyes, it went on to say.


SANA further said that Golan residents will never accept Israeli identity and will foil the Israeli plot for holding election and forcing people to obey Israeli laws to pave the ground for annexing the region to Israel.


It said that the participant in the demonstration underscored their Syrian identity and woved to resist against occupiers to liberate the Golan.



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