Turkish Officers Killed among Tens of Other Al-Nusra Commanders in Airstrike in Northwestern Syria
The Syrian air force killed a large number of Takfiri militant commanders, including senior Turkish officers, in airstrikes on terrorists’ positions in the Northwestern province of Idlib.
Eyewitnesses said that several Turkish military officers could be seen among the corpses of Al-Nusra terrorists killed during the Syrian warplanes’ raids on Sahl al-Qab region in Idlib countryside.
Military sources said that the Syrian airstrikes on al-Nusra Front positions incurred heavy losses on the Takfiri terrorists.
On Wednesday, Syrian air force bombed the positions of the Takfiri militants in Idlib.
The Syrian warplanes bombed concentration centers of terrorists in Binnish town in the Northeastern countryside of Idlib.
The airstrikes also killed a number of al-Nusra terrorists and destroyed their machinegun-equipped vehicles in Maarata, Khan Sheikhoun, Mhambel and Ariha in the Southern countryside of Idlib.
The Syrian fighter jets bombed positions of al-Nusra terrorists in Tal Salmo, al-Khsheir, al-Mitalle and al-Hamidiyeh to the Southeast of Idlib City.
A large group of terrorists were killed in airstrikes in Jisr al-Shughour and Ishtabraq in the Southwestern countryside of Idlib.