DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:30 A.M.) – ISIS is virtually expelled from Aleppo province; however, footage released by ‘Halab Wilayah’ suggests the self-proclaimed caliphate’s insurgents are still a force to be reckoned with in the northern governorate.

The remarkable footage shows Turkish devastation on Al-Bab and civilian death toll inside the city, close-quarter clashes with Syrian troops, deadly anti-tank missiles in action, suicide bombings and ISIS drones monitoring the battlefields of rural Aleppo.

The propaganda video is available below – viewer discretion is advised:

Some of the footage is new while other can be traced up to six months back. At 12:00 onwards, an intense battle can be seen unfolding between the SAA and ISIS.

Al-Masdar News does not condone terrorist propaganda but insists on allowing readers content from all sides of the battlefield.

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