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Syrian Army Seizes Back Control of Strategic Region in Dara’a

1 December 2016 7:44



The Syrian army seized full control over the strategic region of Tal al-Ain in the Northern parts of Dara’a province.

Tal al-Ain, located between the two towns of al-Faqi’e and al-Dalli in the Southern parts of Jassim city, was set free from the terrorist groups’ control on Wednesday.

The Syrian army units retook full control of Tal al-Ain after the militants withdrew from their positions and fled the battle field.

According to military sources, the Syrian army and its allies will soon start operations to liberate Jassim city.

In a relevant development on Monday, the terrorist groups’ military positions came under assault by the Syrian army in Dara’a province.

The Syrian army hit hard the terrorists’ concentration centers Northeast and East of al-Masri Square and to the South of Old Customs in Dara’a.

The terrorists’ heavy machineguns and motorcycles were destroyed in the offensive. According to the army, several terrorists were also killed and many more wounded in the attack.

Last Friday, the Syrian army troops targeted terrorists’ concentration centers and gatherings in the Central parts of Dara’a city and in the Northeastern part of the same province, inflicting major casualties on the militants.

The army soldiers targeted the positions of the terrorist groups along the al-Sad (Dam) road and meantime opened fire at militants’ movements in Bosra Square and al-Tulabiyeh Square in Dara’a al-Mahatta district, killing and injuring a number of terrorists and destroying their equipment, weapons and ammunition.

Another army unit targeted a gathering of the terrorists Northwest of the village of al-Gharyiyeh al-Gharbiyeh in Northeastern Dara’a, destroying a bulldozer and killing almost all the terrorists near the construction machinery.

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