“De-escalation zone” | Regime officer killed on frontlines of Latakia countryside, and rebels and regime forces exchange shelling on frontlines of Idlib and Hama
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented the death of a lieutenant of the regime forces, after being sniped on frontlines of Latakia countryside.
Meanwhile, a regime soldier was also killed today, after being sniped on al-Fatira frontline in southern countryside of Idlib.
On the other hand, regime forces shelled the town of Al-Ziyarah and Zizon village in the area of Sahl al-Ghab, west of Hama, while jihadist factions targeted, with B10 weapons, regime forces’ positions on frontlines in the village of Al-Bahsa in Sahl Al-Ghab, but no casualties have been reported so far.
Syrian Observatory activists have reported today that regime forces and loyal militias unleashed an attack in the early hours of Sunday morning on positions of the Turkistanis on Al-Haloubi and Al-Ankawi frontlines in Sahl Al-Ghab in the north-western countryside of Hama, where clashes erupted between both sides. The Turkistanis managed to foil the regime attack, but the clashes left large number of casualties on both sides, as five regime soldiers were killed and at least nine others were injured, while the Turkistanis lost three fighters and others injured.
Yesterday, SOHR activists documented the death of four regime soldiers, including a lieutenant, and injury of eight others, some seriously, in a surprise attack by groups affiliated with the “Jaysh Al-Nasr” faction on regime positions in Al-Fatatra village in the western countryside of Hama.