Aleppo Governorate:

The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) capture 5 villages in northern Aleppo: Dayr ‘Antah, Fafeen, Tal Qarah, Al-Qura’a, and Tal Susayn.

ISIS captures the Aleppo Infantry Academy in the northern countryside.

Syrian Arab Army captures the Aleppo Free Trade Zone, Jabal ‘Antar, the Aleppo Juvenile Detention Center, and Khan Tunah after defeating ISIS in northern Aleppo.

Syrian Arab Army captures Jabboul City in eastern Aleppo.

Syrian Arab Army is now 6km from the Kuweires Military Airport.

Damascus Governorate:

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Dara’a Governorate:

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Deir Ezzor Governorate:

ISIS captures the Army Base to the south of the Deir Ezzor Military Airport; ongoing firefights.

ISIS reclaims control over the eastern perimeter of Tal Kroum.

Hama Governorate:

Syrian Arab Army captures Al-Bahsa and Fawru in the Al-Ghaab Plains.

Syrian Arab Army captures Tal ‘Uthman, Lahaya, Markabah, and Al-Mughayr in northern Hama.

Faylaq Al-Sham recaptures Kafr Naboudeh in northern Hama.

Al-Hasakah Governorate:

People’s Protection Units (YPG) capture 15 villages Jabal ‘Abdel-‘Aziz.

Homs Governorate:

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Idlib Governorate:

Syrian Arab Army captures Tal Sukeek and Sukeek in southern Hama.

Latakia Governorate:

Syrian Arab Army and National Defense Forces capture Jubb Al-Ahmar in the Prophet Jonah Mountains.

Syrian Arab Army and National Defense Forces capture Kafr Dalbeh and Kafr Ajouz in Jabal Al-Akrad.

Al-Quneitra Governorate:

Free Syrian Army’s “Southern Front Brigades” capture Tal Taranjah in the Golan Heights.

Syrian Arab Army and National Defense Forces recapture U.N. Hill (Tal Qaba’a) and Tal Al-Ahmar.

Rif Dimashq Governorate:

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Al-Sweida Governorate:

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Tartous Governorate:

No fighting.

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