Syrian Army Missile Hits Nusra Positions Northwest of Damascus, 11 Militants Killed, Injured
Syrian Army's missile units targeted the positions of a groups of Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in Wadi al-Bardi, killing at least 11 militants and wounding several more.
The army missile units hit Nusra positions hard in Wadi al-Zaba'a region along a road to the town of al-Moqren, killing 11 and wounding several more.
In the meantime, clashes between the army soldiers and Fatah al-Sham terrorists in the villages of Basimeh and al-Hosseiniyeh in Wadi al-Bardi intensified, while other units of the army targeted terrorists' defense lines in Basimeh and in the regions of al-Hamra, al-Zeiniyeh and Ein al-Khazrah.
The Syrian warplanes also bombed terrorists' centers in the village of Ein al-Fijeh and in Ein al-Khazrah and Basimeh.
Meanwhile, the terrorist groups' violation of truce resulted in sporadic clashes between the army men and terrorists in Jobar region in Eastern Damascus.
Militant groups in Southern Damascus are planning to surrender at least four towns to the Syrian government in the coming days, local sources said.
The sources said that if the militants accept the terms of the reconciliation agreement that is currently being discussed, they will surrender the towns of Beit Sahm, Babila, Yalda and Aqraba in return for safe evacuation from the towns to be relocated to militant-held regions in Idlib province, FNA reported.
Source: Al Alam News Network