Hundreds of Terrorists Flee Aleppo
Hundreds of terrorists fled their positions in Aleppo province as the Syrian army, backed by the country’s warplanes and Russian fighter jets, staged a large-scale offensive on the positions of the Takfiri militants.
Informed sources said Tuesday that the terrorists fled as the Syrian forces continue to advance against the militants.
On Tuesday, the Syrian and Russian air raids hit several concentration centers of the Takfiri militant groups in Aleppo, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists.
The Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance forces, backed by Russian warplanes, continued to advance against the Takfiri militants in Aleppo province, informed sources said Tuesday.
The Syrian army, the National Defense Forces and Hezbollah forces advanced against the militant groups in Aleppo to lift the two-year-long siege imposed by the ISIL terrorists on the Kuweires Airbase.
The Syrian forces also attacked militants’ positions in the town of Sheikh Ahmad, killing tens of terrorists.
The Syrian forces also repelled large-scale ISIL attacks on army checkpoints on the road to Sheikh Hilal village.