Kurdish Troops Repulses Strategic City in South-East of Syria from ISIS

At least 50 ISIS terrorists surrender to US-backed forces in east Deir Ezzor/almasdarnews

Last night after the fierce clashes in the south of the province of Deir Ezzor, soldiers of the “Syrian Democratic Forces” managed to completely liberate the settlement of Al-Baguz from the terrorists. However, in just a couple of hours, the opponents organized a powerful counteroffensive and partially regained control over the settlement.

On the northern front, near the city of Hajin, terrorists feel less confident: in the last 48 hours, at least 50 IS terrorists surrendered to the Kurdish troops.

Also yesterday, terrorists reported about two attacks: in the east of the province of Homs and in the province of Al-Anbar (Iraq), near the border with Syria. The victims of the first attack were several Syrian soldiers, including SAA Colonel. In Iraq, the terrorists killed three American soldiers.

Despite the agreement between Russia and Turkey to establish a demilitarized zone in the north-west of the Syrian Arab Republic, the Syrian troops continue to shell militants’ positions in the north and north-west of the province of Hama, as well as in the south of the province of Idlib.

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