Syrian Army Kills 50 Al-Nusra Front Terrorists in Daraa

 Syrian Army Kills 50 Al-Nusra Front Terrorists in Daraa

The Syrian army had successfully killed at least 50 Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists in Daraa countryside in Southern Syria, as army units made major advances in the town of Arabeen in Eastern Ghouta, killing at least 35 terrorists in fierce clashes.

The Syrian army had successfully killed at least 50 Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists in Daraa countryside in Southern Syria, as army units made major advances in the town of Arabeen in Eastern Ghouta, killing at least 35 terrorists in fierce clashes.

The Syrian army ambushed a gathering for Al-Nusra front in Daraa city killing 50 militants.

On Friday, a military source announced that the Syrian forces have defeated militants across the outskirts of Daraa.

A large number of militants were killed and wounded and so many others fled the battlefronts after Syrian soldiers' massive attacks against their strongholds in al-Jubailiyeh area and cement factory in Aleppo.

The source noted that the Syrian army's victories in Arabeen, Douma, Marj Al-Sultan, Zobdin and Ain Tarma have widened rifts among the militants.

Meantime, the Syrian troops regained control of a cement factory in near the city of Aleppo while other army units continued their military operations in Al-Moslemieh region near Aleppo Central Prison.

Also, Syrian Armed Forces inflicted massive losses upon insurgents in Idlib and Damascus countryside, killing and wounding a large number of the foreign-backed militants.

In a series of new operations, Syrian soldiers won the battle against the rebels in Nahleh town in Idlib countryside where scores of them were killed, Syrian Arab News Agency reported.

A military source told the State News Agency on Sunday that 180 gunmen in Bassima in Damascus countryside turned in themselves and their weapons to authorities.

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