After withdrawing from the abandoned battalion area, the regime forces exchange ground shelling with factions on the control positions in Idlib countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After withdrawing from the abandoned battalion area, the regime forces exchange ground shelling with factions on the control positions in Idlib countryside

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today an artillery shelling carried out by the factions on positions of the regime forces in Abu al-Duhur area in the eastern countryside of Idlib, while the regime forces shelled villages of Raffa, al-Halba, al-Serj, Karsanta and Abu Makki in the same countryside, this came after the withdrawal of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them from the abandoned battalion area this morning, where the area became under the factions’ control.

The Syrian Observatory monitored this afternoon that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored, air strikes by regime warplanes on Um al-Tina village in the eastern countryside of Maarat al-Numan, without reports about any casualties so far, while the clashes in the southeastern countryside of Idlib had declined, between regime forces and allied armed men on one hand, and the factions and Tahrir Al-Sham on the other hand, to be limited to mutual targets with missiles and heavy machine guns, after Tahrir Al-Sham was able to regain control of the abandoned battalion after a surprise attack on regime forces positions began at dawn on Wednesday, during which 10 members of the regime forces and the allied militants were killed, while 5 fighters of the factions and Tahrir Al-Sham were killed.

In the same context regime’s helicopters dropped several barrel bombs over Kabani area in Jabal al-Akrad at the northern countryside of Latakia, while the regime forces shelled location in Bidama village in Jesr al-Shughur countryside west o Idlib, which injured civilian citizens.

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