المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Shelling targets the countryside of Jisr al-Shughur and warplanes and helicopters bomb the northern countryside of Hama

 

Idlib province- the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
The regime forces shelled areas in the western countryside of Jisr al-Shughur, they targeted places in al-Najyeh, Bdama and al-Hambushiyyeh areas but no information about human losses.

Hama province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that violent clash are taking place between the rebel and Islamic factions and Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham against the regime forces supported by militiamen loyal to them of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, and the clashes were concentrated in the vicinity of Soran, Tayyibat al-Imam and Halfaya towns and in the hills near them, and the reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights that the clashes escalated after a counter attack by the factions in several areas; in attempt to advance and restore the points that the regime forces advanced to today, and the clashes are coincided with tens of shells and missiles launched by the factions on positions of regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and on areas controlled by regime forces in the northern countryside of Hama, while the regime forces renewed the shelling on the area, and the targeting operations and the exchanged shelling between both parties have caused the destruction to heavy vehicles of both parties, and also caused human losses in the ranks of both of them, and the clashes have escalated at violent pace after bringing military reinforcements of fighters and munitions by the factions, who managed to advance in the area, while the regime forces seek to restore Halfaya and control all the towns and areas they withdrew from in the “Battle of Marwan Hadid” in the late of August and in September 2016, after they restored the entire areas they lost in the last attack by the factions on the 21st of March 2017.

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