Nearly 140 casualties among regime soldiers, factions and jihadies have been documented since the battles of south-east Idlib renewed on Thursday • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Nearly 140 casualties among regime soldiers, factions and jihadies have been documented since the battles of south-east Idlib renewed on Thursday

Fierce clashes have been still continuing between the factions and jihadi groups against the regime forces and their loyal militiamen, in several areas in the south-eastern countryside of Idlib, where the former is seeking to recover the areas it lost since Thursday evening, while the latter tries to take control of more areas backed by intensive aerial and ground bombardment.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented more human losses due to the bombardment and clashes, where it rose to 15, the number of casualties among members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, in addition to 12 fighters of the factions and jihadis who have been killed since yesterday after midnight.

Thus, it rose to 139, the number of casualties in the ranks of both parties since the start of battles on Thursday evening, they are: 57 members of the regime forces and their loyal militiamen, and 82 fighters including 15 of the factions and the rest are of jihadis.

In connection to this, SOHR documented the killing of six members of regime forces and allied militiamen, in the area of Tal Al-Haddadah in Jabal Al-Akrad in the northern countryside of Latakia, while violent clashes have been still continuing between both parties accompanied by exchange of shelling and targeting.