RNA - "The Syrian Army units backed by the Russian fighter jets attacked the military positions of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and Jeish al-Izza terrorists in Abu al-Zohour axis in Southern Idlib and Northern Hama and engaged in heavy clashes with the militants," the Arabic-language al-Masdar News Website reported.
The Syrian Army units also managed to take full control of the towns of al-Bani and al-Jonbara near the town of Kafar Naboudeh and the strategic hill of Tal Osman that is close to several towns.
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.
The Syrian Army has taken full control of several strategic hills and regions in Northern Hama, as the government forces backed by Russian bombers started fresh military operations in Idlib province, media sources said.
The Al-Masdar News Website reported that the Syrian Army units backed by the Russian fighter jets attacked the military positions of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at and Jeish al-Izza terrorists in Abu al-Zohour axis in Southern Idlib and Northern Hama and engaged in heavy clashes with the militants.
Meantime, the Syrian Army units managed to take full control of the towns of al-Bani and al-Jonbara near the town of Kafar Naboudeh and the strategic hill of Tal Osman that is close to several towns.
A source near the front-lines stated that heavy clashes are taking place near the Kafr Naboudeh front; however, he also pointed out that intense firefights have broken out along the Qal’at Al-Madiq axis as well.
Meantime, the Syrian Army's artillery and missile units conducted heavy attacks on military positions and contact lines of the terrorists in al-Latamna, al-Zuka, al-Sahriyeh, al-Amiqeh, al-Havash and al-Qarqur in Northwestern Hama and the towns of al-Fatireh and Ahsam in Southern Idlib, inflicting heavy losses on the militants.
The residents of a region in Raqqa province expelled the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces amid intensified popular protests by civilians against the SDF, local sources said.
The people in the village of Jadideh Kahit East of al-Katameh town in Eastern Raqqa clashed with a group of Syrian Democratic Forces who were arresting civilians in the region and expelled from the region, the sources in Raqqa said.
According to Fars News Agancy, the sources pointed to intensified differences and tensions among civilians and Kurdish forces in Raqqa, and said two SDF militants were killed in a bomb blast carried out by unknown assailants in al-Shaher village in Eastern Raqqa.
In Deir Ezzur province, meantime, the residents of the towns of Sweidan Jazira, Geranij, al-Mavilah and al-Hasin as well as the villages of Jadid Akidat and Jadid Bekareh in Eastern and Southeastern Deir Ezzur revolted against the SDF and their plundering of oil reserves.
The civilians also called for expulsion of SDF fighters after blocking Deir Ezzur-Hasaka Road. The Kurdish fighters attacked the civilians and arrested a number of them.
Hundreds of US trucks carrying military equipment have arrived in the areas under control of the Syrian Democratic Forces in Eastern Syria, pro-militant media said Monday.
The pro-militant Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that a sum of 65 trucks carrying military equipment and logistic supplies sent by the US from Northern Iraq arrived in areas under SDF control in Hasaka in Eastern Syria on Monday.
The SOHR noted that a sum of 1,010 trucks carrying military equipment have been sent to Eastern Syria by the US during the last few months since it declared the end of the military operations against the ISIL in Eastern Euphrates by the US and its allies.
Meantime, battlefield sources in Hasaka province reported that a US military convoy comprising several military vehicles and logistic supplies as well as four covered trucks were dispatched from the same region to a US-controlled military base in Ain al-Arab (Kobani) in Northern Aleppo.