Syrian Army Wins Back Terrorists’ Last Defense Line Near Strategic Airbase in Idlib
The army troops continued to advance in Southeastern Idlib towards Abu al-Dhohour on Thursday, taking back control of the villages of Rasm al-Dabsheh, Rasm Abed, Um Harif and Um Jorah.
Meantime, the Syrian army soldiers gained back control of the terrorists’ last defense line in Tal Saloumeh South-West of the airbase.
Also, field sources reported that the army units have attacked the militants’ positions in Abu al-Dhohour, entering the strategic airbase.
A number of the special forces of the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) were killed and scores more were wounded on Wednesday in the Syrian Army operation near Abu al-Dhohour airbase in Southeastern Idlib.
Well-informed sources reported that nine members of the elite units of Al-Nusra have been killed and two dozen more have been injured in the army attack near Abu al-Dhohour airbase.
The sources said also that the artillery and missile units opened heavy fire at Al-Nusra movements and positions at Abu al-Dhohour military airport and it nearby regions.