RNA - The Syrian Army's engineering units discovered weapons and military equipment, including different types of mortars, artilleries, RPGs and over 200,000 rounds of machine-guns and guns, in operations to purge terrorists from the towns near Damascus.
"The army forces found Israeli missiles, western sniper guns, satellite systems and night-vision goggles and systems among the discovered weapons," a field source was quoted as saying by the media.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.
The Syrian army found a large number of weapons and ammunition, including Israeli and western arms, during cleansing operations in the former bases of terrorists near Damascus.
The engineering units of the Syrian army discovered weapons and military equipment, including different types of mortars, artilleries, RPGs and over 200,000 rounds of machine-guns and guns, in operations to purge terrorists from the towns near Damascus.
Meantime, a field source reported that the army forces found Israeli missiles, western sniper guns, satellite systems and night-vision goggles and systems among the weapons.
The residents of Raqqa in Northern Syria poured into the streets to protest at the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) moves in the region, setting fire at a number of their bases.
Media activists in Raqqa reported on Thursday that hundreds of residents of the town of al-Mansoureh in Southwestern Raqqa staged massive protest rallies against the SDF and set fire at some of their checkpoints and bases in the town.
They added that the protest rallies were held after a young resident of the region was killed by the SDF during forced recruitment operations.
The sources said that similar rallies were also held in the towns of Hanideh, al-Safsafeh and Mazra'at al-Safsafeh region, adding that the residents surrounded the US-backed forces' strongholds.
Meantime, the SDF sent a large number of forces and military equipment from Raqqa city and the town of al-Tabaqah to al-Mansoureh, wounding a number of civilians with bullet fire to disperse the angry crowd.
Residents of Raqqa and Hasaka have many times held uprising against the US occupiers and their allies in Raqqa region.
Meantime, a mass-grave of the Syrian army forces who were killed in 2013 by the Turkey-backed terrorists was found in Raqqa.
The Arabic-language website of Sputnik news agency quoted a military source in the town of al-Tabaqah in Western Raqqa as saying that a mass-grave containing the Syrian army soldiers was discovered in the village of Sharidah al-Qarbiyah.
He added that 7 corpses have been taken out of the mass-grave so far, noting that they were slain by the so-called Free Syrian Army terrorists in 2013.
Meantime, a medical source said that based on preliminary tests, the Syrian soldiers had gone under torture before being killed.
The Syrian army pounded the command center of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) in Northern Hama after the terrorist group and its allies' attacks from the demilitarized zone on government forces.
According to Fars News Agancy, the Syrian army units responded to the terrorists' offensives against military points in Northern Hama on Thursday, and targeted their positions near the town of Murak, al-Latamineh, Kafr Zita, Kafr Naboudeh, Wadi al-Dorat and al-Hamirat in Northern Hama.
Meantime, field sources reported that the Syrian army forces destroyed several command centers of Jeish al-Izza militants, killing and wounding several of them.
Also, in Southeastern Idlib, the army troops attacked the terrorists' moves towards army positions in Jorjanaz, Sakik and al-Khuwain, inflicting heavy tolls on them and wounding several other militants.
The US has dispatched military aid to the terrorists supported by Washington in al-Tanf region in Eastern Syria despite its claims of withdrawing troops from the Arab country.
The Arabic-language Baladi news website affiliated to the terrorist groups reported on Wednesday that the US-led coalition planes have transferred several cargos of military and logistic aid to Maqawir al-Thawra militants near the occupied al-Tanf base at the borders with Iraq.
The US forces had also earlier staged military exercises with Maqawir al-Thawra terrorists.
US President Donald Trump had late last year announced a decision to withdraw military forces from Syria.