Syrian army destroys terrorist groups' fortified positions in Hama countryside
Syrian army units destroyed terrorists’ fortified positions and gatherings in Hama northern countryside and Idleb southern countryside in retaliation for their repeated breaches of the de-escalation zone agreement and their attacks on military posts and on the safe villages and towns, SANA reported Wednesday.
Army units on Tuesday morning conducted concentrated strikes on positions of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization and the affiliated groups after tracking an attempt by its members to infiltrate towards military posts in the area.
Army units foiled the infiltration attempt and killed and injured a number of terrorists and destroyed their fortified positions and their arms and equipment.
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