Terrorists Suffer Heavy Casualties in Syrian Army Operations in Idlib, Hama Countryside
Jeish al-Fatah terrorist group’s positions in two strategic provinces of Hama and Idlib came under offensives of the Syrian army troops, which left nearly 40 militants killed and many more wounded.
The army also destroyed many military vehicles of the militant group in its attacks.
On Thursday, the Russian warplanes bombed militants’ targets in Bab Hawa border crossing in Idlib province in Syria.
After hitting terrorists’ positions in Bab Al-Salame and Azaz in Aleppo countryside, the Russian airstrikes hit their concentration centers in Bab Hawa border crossing in Idlib countryside, informed sources said.
On Wednesday, the Syrian warplanes launched a series of airstrikes against positions of Jeish al-Fatah terrorists in the Northern countryside of Hama, leaving tens of the Takfiris dead.
Field sources said the Syrian air raids hit positions of Jeish al-Fatah terrorists in Kafr Zita town and Latmin village in the Northern countryside of Hama, killing scores of the militants.
The airstrikes also destroyed the terrorists’ fortified positions and vehicles, some of them equipped with heavy machineguns.