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28 January 2019 - 13:12
News ID: 443183
The Damascus Army's military convoys arrived in Northern Syria for upcoming battle with terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front).

"The Syrian Army has sent a large number of troops and military equipment, including tanks and military vehicles as well as heavy weaponry, to the surrounding areas of Idlib," field sources in Northern Hama said.

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's military convoys arrived in Northern Syria for upcoming battle with terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at.

The Damascus Army's dispatch of convoys comes as other government troops heavily pounded the terrorists' military positions in Northern Hama.

Field sources in Northern Hama reported that the Syrian Army has sent a large number of troops and military equipment, including tanks and military vehicles as well as heavy weaponry to the surrounding areas of Idlib.

The sources pointed to the reinforcement of the Syrian Army in Northern, Northwestern and Western Hama, and said that the Russian aircraft are constantly monitoring areas under the occupation of the terrorists.

They said that the Syrian Army is likely to kick start military operations in Northern Syria as terrorists show no respect for the agreement on the demilitarized.

Meantime, other Syrian Army's units in Northern Hama heavily pounded the positions of Tahrir al-Sham and its allied militants in the surrounding areas of the towns of al-Janabareh, al-Latamanieh and Kafar Zita, destroying several of their military positions.

The Syrian troops also launched an attack on the terrorists' military positions and movements in Hasraya and al-Arbaeen in Northern Hama, inflicting unspecified casualties and losses on them.


The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces dispatched a well-equipped military convoy to Raqqa to confront the heightened tensions between the SDF and civilians in the region.

The Arabic-language service of Sputnik news agency reported that the convoy, consisting of US-made Hummer vehicles and other military equipment supplied by Washington, was sent to the Western parts of Raqqa city to suppress the tribal people's uprising.

It added that thousands of SDF forces have also been stationed in regions near the towns of Hunaideh and al-Mansoureh, noting that the US forces deployed in Western Raqqa have withdrawn from the two towns towards Eastern Euphrates for their fear of popular uprising.

Other reports also said that the SDF militants have in the past three days attacked over 600 houses in the two towns, and detained at least 70 people, adding that the civilians threw stones at the Kurdish vehicles to stop the arrests.


The Syrian Army discovered a mass grave containing the dead bodies of victims killed by the ISIL terrorist group in the surrounding areas of Palmyra in Homs province, battlefield sources in Homs Province said.

The sources said that the mass grave contained the bodies of both civilians, including children and women, and also the Syrian army troops.

"The bodies belonged to the residents of al-Jahezieh in al-Ameriya region near Palmyra who had been massacred by the ISIL more than four years ago," a security source said.

He noted that according the primary tests signs of torture and bullets were found from the victims' bodies.

Deir Ezzur

13 civilians, among them several children, were killed in the US missile and fighter jets' attacks against Deir Ezzur.

Field sources in Eastern Deir Ezzur reported on Saturday that the US-led coalition forces targeted the town of Baqouz in Southeastern Deir Ezzur and the nearby areas with air and missile attacks.

They added that as a result of the US missile strikes on the town of Baqouz Foqani and al-Morashedah village in Southeastern Deir Ezzur, 13 civilians, including several children were killed.

The US airstrikes in Deir Ezzur inflict large casualties on the civilian population almost on a daily basis.

Meantime, a large number of people poured into the street in Eastern Deir Ezzur to show their protests against the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

According to Fars News Agency, residents of the town of Abu Humman in Southeastern Deir Ezzur launched massive protests and closed the roads leading to the town, battlefield sources in Eastern Deir Ezzur said.

The sources reiterated that the civilians staged massive protests against SDF's measures, including piling up fuel products, corruption and other offenses in the region.

"The residents of Deir Ezzur called for releasing the people who have been arrested by the SDF fighters," they said.

The residents of Shaitat town in Southeastern Deir Ezzur also held massive protests and called for their rights with regard to oil revenues.

The report comes as the armed tribesmen had clashed with SDF fighters in the town of Khasham over control of oil resources of the region.

The popular uprising in Deir Ezzur is taking place while Raqqa was also scene of protests and clashes between civilians and SDF fighters over the past three years.


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