Syrian Army, Allies Win Another Strategic Village in Aleppo Province
The Syrian Army, National Defense Forces (NDF) and Hezbollah fighters carried out a joint operation against the militant groups in the Northern province of Aleppo and took back Burj al-Rouman village on Saturday.
The pro-government forces’ operation near Burj al-Ramoun left nearly 20 militants dead.
The militants’ military vehicles, equipped with anti-aircraft machineguns, also sustained heavy damage in the army attack.
Military sources said on Friday that the Russian fighter jets targeted the ISIL terrorists’ media center and a large depot of their weapons and ammunition in the Northern part of Aleppo province in heavy bomb and missile attacks.
The sources said that the main ISIL media center that operates out of the Northern city of Manbij was reportedly destroyed by the Russian Air Force on Thursday.
The Russian Air Force has done more damage to the ISIL sites than any other air force in the last three years.
The Russian Air Force also destroyed the terrorist group’s large weapons depot near the media center.
Without an intermediary to organize reinforcements and deliver messages, the terrorist group is uncharacteristically silent, thanks in large part to the Russian Air Force precise airstrikes in both Northern Aleppo and the provincial capital of Raqqa province.