Syrian town Seida liberated from terrorists: Media
Damascus, Syria's Armed Forces have liberated the Town of Seida in the country's southern Daraa province, Syrian media reported on Thursday.
The town formerly held by the terrorists was liberated after a fierce fight between forces of the Syrian army and the terrorists, according to Al Akbariah TV channel in the country.
A number of terrorists have reportedly been killed, while other terrorists fleeing the Town of Seida, left behind a large number of weapons and ammunitions.
Now, there is no possibility for them to request backup from Jordan, Al Akbariah said.
After several days of operation, the Syrian army now has the control of 60 percent of Daraa Province, it said.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA