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Syrian Army Wards off Turkey-Backed Terrorists’ Attack in Eastern Aleppo

28 February 2017 13:16


News websites affiliated to the terrorist groups confirmed that the Ankara-backed militants of the Euphrates Shield Operation failed in a surprise attack to surmount the government forces’ positions in the newly-liberated town of Tadif in Northern Syria.

The websites said that the army soldiers repelled a heavy attack of the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield’s forces in Tadif just to the South of al-Bab town.

“The Turkey-backed militants failed to capture the government-controlled town of Tadif that was captured two days ago,” the opposition websites said.

The websites said that the pro-government forces are currently deployed in the Southern outskirts of Tadif and forces of the Euphrates Shield Operation are deployed in the Northern outskirts of the town, adding that there are still sporadic clashes between the two sides.

Media sources reported earlier today that clashes erupted between the Syrian Army troops and Ankara-backed militants of the Euphrates Shield Operation in the town of al-Bab East of Aleppo province.

Sham times news website reported that the army soldiers have been engaged in heavy fighting with forces of the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield Operation near the town of al-Bab on Sunday night.

Sham times added that regions between the town of Tadif that was captured by the Syrian army yesterday and the Southern outskirts of al-Bab have been witnessing a second round of fierce clashes between the army soldiers and Turkey-backed militants.

The clashes came after the army men managed to take control over the key town of Tadif South of al-Bab.

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