About 25 members of the regime and fighters of the faction were killed and the northern countryside of Hama in the battles of the first day of the ceasefire decision • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 25 members of the regime and fighters of the faction were killed and the northern countryside of Hama in the battles of the first day of the ceasefire decision

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the killing of at least 11 members of the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them who were killed in the shelling, clashes and attacks that they carried out yesterday in the northern countryside of Hama, with the goal of regaining control of Zallaqiyyat village, while at least 13 fighters of Jaysh al-Izza and the factions involved in the battles on this front were killed.

Where the Syrian Observatory documented yesterday Saturday the 6th of May 2017 violent clashes between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the rebel and Islamic factions in areas around the village of al-Zallaqiyyat in the northern countryside of Hama, where the Regime forces advanced there but the factions were able to recover most of what they lost, and the clashes were accompanied by launching more than 260 rocket and artillery shells and dropping about 25 barrel bombs by helicopters and about 35 raids on the village of al-Zallaqiyyat and the towns of Lataminah and Kafr Zita and Zakat village in the northern countryside of Hama, and the clashes were accompanied by targeting by each party for the machines and positions of the other, which destroyed and damaged machines of both of them, where at least 3 fighters were killed and others were injured, and information about casualties and injuries in the ranks of the regime forces, while the factions targeted positions of the regime forces in the vicinity of the clash areas and in areas in Muhradah town.

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