Northern Hama: Terrorists’ Underground Base Blown Up in Airstrike, Al-Nusra Terrorists Killed in Failed Attack
The sources confirmed that the Russian fighters pounded the terrorists’ positions in al-Latamineh city in Northern Hama, blowing up one of their underground bases and killing all the militants inside.
Al-Latamineh is one of largest strongholds of the terrorists in Northern Hama which is full of tunnels and underground hideouts used by militants to store weapons and ammunition.
Meantime, the Syrian army units engaged in clashes with a group of al-Nusra terrorists who wanted to enter one of the army’s Northern bases from al-Baneh in Northern Hama.
The Syrian army troops killed all members of the group, including one of their commanders, namely Dibu Abdolrahman Othman al-Anbari, destroying their weapons and ammunition during the clashes.
The Syrian Army troops had further advanced against the Al-Nusra Front on Wednesday, capturing more positions in their push towards one of the main strongholds of the terrorist group in Northeastern Hama.
The army units stormed Al-Nusra’s defense lines in Northeastern Hama and captured the Old Air Defense Battalion Base and Tal (hill) Aswad in their push towards the small town of Abu Dali, a main terrorist stronghold in the region.
Also, the army’s artillery and missile units pounded the supply lines and movements of Al-Nusra in the villages of Sinjar, al-Zafar, al-Khowein, Tal Amarah, Tal Mardikh and Kafr Amim, killing tens of terrorists and destroying their military vehicles.
A military source, meantime, said that the army now overlooks al-Mosheirefeh and al-Dajaj region that are the last barriers in front of them to reach Abu Dali after they managed to take control over the Old Air Defense Battalion Base.