More than 90 IS militants, rebels and personnel in the regime forces killed in the violent clashes in the countryside of both Aleppo and Hama
Khanser – Aathrayya road, which is considered the only line linking between the regime-held areas in Aleppo and its-held areas in the center, south and west Syria, is still out of service because of the ongoing and violent clashes with IS militants. The clashes resulted in the death of more personnel on both sides, where the number of soldiers of the regime forces who have been killed since IS attack on the road yesterday morning to 21 at least, while the number of IS militants who have been killed in the same clashes in the last 24 hours has risen to 28.
The rebels launched several shells after midnight on Tishreen Street and its vicinity, no information about casualties.
The Russian warplanes attacked after midnight places in the village of Awayjel in the western countryside of Aleppo leading to bomb a car in the area, no information about casualties, while the regime warplanes carried out several raids on areas around Kwayres airbase.
The number of fighters of the rebel and Islamist factions who were killed in clashes with the regime forces and allied militiamen in the southern countryside of Aleppo in the last 24 hours has risen to 24, including the military leader of al- Sham Rebels Battalions and a commander in al- Mujahedeen Army.
The violent clashes between the regime forces, backed by Hezbollah, armed villagers and allied militiamen of Arab, Syrian and Asian nationalities against Jund al- Aqsa, the rebel and Islamist factions are still taking around the regime forces’ checkpoints in the northern countryside of Hama. The clashes resulted in the death of at least 12 fighters from the rebel and Islamist factionsm information reported casualties on Jund al- Aqsa’s ranks, and at least 14 regime forces’ soldiers and allied militiamen.
The Islamist factions launched several mortar shells on the regime forces’ positions on Tal Othman checkpoint, information reported casualties.