Death toll update | 12 regime soldiers killed and wounded in attack by “Jaysh Al-Nasr” on regime positions in western countryside of Hama
Hama governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored a spike in the death toll, as a result of “Jaysh Al-Nasr” surprise attack on regime forces’ positions in the village of Al-Fatatra in western countryside of Hama.
The death toll has risen to four regime soldiers, including a lieutenant, while eight others were injured, some seriously, which may raise the death toll.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has just monitored an attack by groups affiliated with the “Jaysh Al-Nasr” faction, which is operating under the banner of the “National Liberation Front”, on some of the regime positions in the village of Al-Fatatra in western countryside of Hama. The attack left three regime soldiers dead, including a lieutenant, while five others were injured.
Yesterday, Syrian Observatory activists documented the death of eight Syrian jihadists of “Ansar Al-Hezb Al-Islami Al-Turkistani” (the Turkestani Islamic Party Supporters), as regime forces targeted their bus by a guided missile on Kherbet Al-Naqous frontlines in Sahl Al-Ghab in the western countryside of Hama. The attack also injured eight others jihadists, some seriously, which may raise the death toll.