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Syrian Army regains control over 30 towns and villages in countryside of Hama, Aleppo, and Idleb

A pro-government volunteer holds position at a military airport held by Syrian troops in the eastern city of Deir al-Zour, December 12, 2014.

SANA– Syrian Arab Army units, in cooperation with the supporting and allied forces, regained control over 30 towns and villages in the provinces of Hama, Aleppo, and Idleb after eliminating the last gatherings of Daesh (ISIS) terrorists in them.

A military source said the army continued its operations against Daesh in the isolated pocket between the countryside of Hama, Aleppo, and Idleb, which resulted in regaining control over the villages and towns of al-Harta, Thalja, Muraijeb al-Shamali, Rasm al-Brjous, Khairyia Kabira, Khairyia Saghira, al-Azizyia, Jadou’aa Shamalyia, Jadou’aa Jnoubyia, al-Baroudyia, Mas’ada, Hawa, Najim al-Zouhor, Jib al-Rouman, al-Nuhailbyia, Talfah, Akhou Hassan, Olais, al-Dik, al-Masloukhyia, al-Salhyia, Mlouleh, Houma, Zael, Rasm al-Sadaf, Rasm al-Tabayer, Rasm al-Jassem, Rasm al-Mazare’a, Dalla and al-Luwaibida.

The source said that the army’s operations also resulted in eliminating large numbers of Daesh terrorists and destroying their weapons and ordinance, adding that engineering units dismantled the landmines and IEDs planted by then terrorists in these towns and villages.

R. Jazaeri / Hazem Sabbagh

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