المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

At least 21 officers and members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them were killed during expelling them from Maardis village by factions of Hama

The escalation of aerial and artillery shelling operations by the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them continue on Maardis village, where the factions re-controlled it after losing it, the village is located on the highway of Aleppo – Damascus near the towns of Soran and Tayyibat al-Imam, which are controlled by the factions in the northern countryside of Hama, the escalation comes with renewed attempts by the regime forces to regain control of the village, which allows them to get closer to Soran town which is one of the town that the regime forces have lost to the factions since the 21st of March 2017 and try to regain control of.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented during the past 24 hours the killing of 21 members and officers at least of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, all of them were killed during the counter attack by the factions, the counter attack was accompanied by detonating 3 booby trapped vehicles by the factions which enabled them to regain control of Maardis village which they lost days ago, where the attack was accompanied by heavy and intense exchange of shelling between both parties, where the violence of the factions’ attack forced members of the regime forces to withdraw from the village, also others were injured and also fighters of the factions were injured during this counter attack.

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