Syrian Army resume offensive near Maghar Al-Mir

Exchange deal sealed between Syrian Army and ISIS in southern Damascus/almasdarnews

In the province of Hama, terrorists have captured from the “Tahrir al-Sham” fighters the city of Rasm al-Hamam. An exchange deal was reached between the Damascus authorities and the ISIS fighters holed up in Yarmouk Camp in southern Damascus. The exchange deal’s terms are that in return for the Syrian Army’s release of female ISIS members and wives ISIS will return the bodies of two government fighters killed in the recent clashes in Tadamon district, which neighbours Yarmouk Camp.

In the south-east of Damascus, SAA has resumed offensive in the vicinity of Maghar Al-Mir. A group of jihadists came to help militants in Beit Jinn pocket from the province of Daraa. It is reported that several SAA soldiers were killed in the clashes. In the province of Aleppo, “Tahrir al-Sham” has repelled SAA attack in the settlements of Ramla and Siala and as a result, 8 government soldiers were captured, including one commander. SAA, in return, has captured the village of Hawarin in the south-west of the province. In the province of Idlib, there were fierce clashes near the settlement of Musharifah. Militants continue to resist and according to reports, about 48 government soldiers dead. SAA, in return, has launched more than 10 missiles in the settlement of Kafar Aweed, bombed the entire region of Abu Dali with air strikes and started liberation operation in the Idlib area in the settlements of Umm-Harten, Atshan, and Skek. In the province of Hama, SAA has bombed militants positions in the settlements of Lataminah, and Al-Mushirfah.

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