Terrorists Driven Back from More Positions in Syria’s Aleppo
The Syrian government forces stormed the ISIL stronghold near the village of Fah and forced the terrorist group to pull forces back from the village and nearby farms.
The ISIL suffered a heavy death toll and its military equipment also sustained major damage in the attack.
The village and its farms are under the full control of the Syrian army and its allies.
Earlier reports said that the Russian fighter jets tracked and targeted a long column of the vehicles of the ISIL terrorist group in a region Northeast of Aleppo province, inflicting major damage on the convoy.
The ISIL’s attempts to transfer a large number of fighters from al-Bab Plateau to unknown location failed after the Russian air fleet struck the convoy while passing through the villages of ‘Ein al-Jahish, Abu Taltal, Touman, al-Shamawiyah, Sheikh Dun, and al-Bayrat.
The Russian and Syrian air forces killed several ISIL combatants and destroyed over 10 armored vehicles in their attacks.