ISIS has said through its Amaq Agency that more than 130 Syrian and Russian airstrikes pounded their positions in rural Aleppo.

This was accompanied with more than 200 shells that target towns under their control in eastern Aleppo countryside.

The ISIS-held towns of Al-Samiyah, Abou Hanaya, Tabara, Um Mayal Kabirah and Al-Rashidyah in eastern Aleppo countryside are the Syrian Army’s next targets as they continue pummeling the terrorist group in this part of northern Syria.

It is expected that the Syrian Army will be liberate these towns this morning.

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