Nusra Positions in Idlib, Hama Receive Severe Blow in Syrian Airstrikes
The Syrian Air Force carried out several combat flights over the gatherings and supply routes of Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in the provinces of Idlib and Hama, destroying a number of militant bases and strongholds.
The warplanes targeted the gatherings and supply routes of Fatah al-Sham in the town of Morek, the village of Skeik and North of the town of Souran in Northern Hama; FNA reported.
The fighter jets also bombed terrorists' supply routes in the towns of Khan Sheikhoun and al-Tamanna and North of Abu al-Dhohour town in the Southern and Southeastern territories of Idlib, killing scores of militants, including their leaders after destroying a number of their command posts, bases, armored vehicles and arms and ammunition depots.
In relevant development in the Idlib and Hama on Thursday, the Syrian army units, supported by the air force, launched extensive offensives on the terrorists in Hama and Idlib, inflicting tens of casualties on them and destroying their command centers and arms depots.
The Syrian army forces attacked the militants' positions and supply routes in the villages and towns of Morek, Atraf al-Buwaiza, Skeik, Atshan and Wadi Huwair in the Northern parts of Hama, killing over 50 terrorists and smashing their command center, arms cache and 6 military vehicles
Source; Al Alam