Rebel factions attack areas in southern countryside of Hama, control them then withdraw due to heavy shelling

Hama province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: clashes took place after midnight of yesterday between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the rebel and Islamic factions in the vicinity of the village of Hosh Qbibat and the battalion of Hosh Qbibat and Ghor al-Asi checkpoint in the southern countryside of Hama, which led to the latter’s control of the area but they withdraw from it later, as a result of the aerial bombardment and intense shelling by the regime forces on the same areas, also a leader of Jaysh al-Tawhid was killed in the clashes and information about more casualties in the ranks of both parties, while Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham launched mortar shells after of yesterday on areas in the highway of Salamiyah city in the eastern countryside of Hama, which caused material damage, but no information about casualties, also warplanes carried out after the midnight of yesterday several raids on areas in Hamada Omar village in Eqayrbat area at the eastern countryside of Hama, which is controlled by the “Islamic State” organization, and the oil line area southeast of Aqareb town in the eastern countryside of Hama, no information about casualties.


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