Syria: ISIL Terrorists Lose Control over Arms Depots North of Palmyra

Syria: ISIL Terrorists Lose Control over Arms Depots North of Palmyra
      Syrian Army troops engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL near the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur) in Eastern Homs, taking control of several arms depots in the region.

The government forces stormed ISIL defense lines near Tadmur and pushed them back from several positions and arms depots.

The army soldiers further advanced against the ISIL in the region’s oilfields.

In the meantime, the Syrian army, backed up by Russian and Syrian fighter jets, stormed ISIL’s positions near the village of al-Sukhnah and seized back several hills in the Northern side of al-Ameriyeh region near Tadmur.

The Syrian army also clashed with ISIL near al-Sha’er oilfield and destroyed one of their bases.

Government forces also advanced against ISIL near al-Maher gas field and Huweises region close to the village of Jubb al-Jarrah in Eastern Homs and fortified their positions in these regions.

Reports said earlier today that Syrian Air Force and Army troops’ attacks on the positions of Fatah al-Sham Front (the al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in Northwestern and Northern Homs, inflicted at least 30 casualties on the militants, including several commanders.

Syrian fighter jets carried out several combat sorties over the battlefields in Homs province to help the country’s soldiers beat the Takfiri terrorists back from their positions.

The warplanes targeted a position of Fatah al-Sham in the Northwestern territories of Homs province.

More than 30 terrorists were killed or injured and their military vehicles were targeted after destroying their position in the village of Aqrab in al-Houla plain in the Northwestern side of Homs city.

In the meantime, an army unit killed a number of the leaders of the terrorist groups affiliated to Fatah al-Sham in the village of al-Za’afaraniyeh in Northern Homs.

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