Over 50 Terrorists Killed in Northern Hama
The Syrian army and its allies in clashes with Ahrar al-Sham, Ajnad al-Sham and Jund al-Aqsa terrorists in Ma’an village killed at least 50 militants and wounded tens of others.
The clashes erupted after the three terrorist groups attacked the army’s positions in the region several.
In another development, a military source said that the Syrian and Russian fighter jets launched over 100 airstrikes on militants’ gathering centers in Aleppo, Homs and Idlib, killing tens of militants and wounding many others.
In one case, a meeting of the terrorists’ ringleaders in al-Kassibia village was pounded in airstrikes. All the militant commanders present in the meeting died in the bombing raid.
The Syrian Army troops and National Defense Forces repelled the terrorist groups’ attacks against their positions along a main road in Northern Hama and inflicted major losses and casualties on the militants.
Tens of terrorists, enjoying machinegun-equipped vehicles, stormed government forces’ position along a road connecting Ma’an to al-Zalaqiyat but they were beaten back by the Syrian army and popular forces.
Syrian army’s missile units targeted three vehicles of terrorists with its anti-armored rockets and did not allow them to advance.
Terrorist groups left a number of dead or wounded members behind and pulled the reminting pockets of their forces back from the battlefield.