The Syrian Arab Army has made a number of significant gains inside the Aleppo Governorate over the last 48 hours, leaving the jihadist rebels on the brink of complete collapse in the provincial capital’s northern sector.

This morning, the Syrian Armed Forces captured Bani Za’id, Ashrafiyah, Al-Layramoun, and the Youth Housing Complex; these sites are illustrated in Al-Masdar’s latest map update.

Currently, the Syrian Armed Forces are attempting to seize the Dahret Abdrubbah area of Aleppo City; if captured from the jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab, then the Al-Layramoun District will be fully secured.

In addition to their field gains, the Syrian Armed Forces have also offered a safe passage to a non-combat zone for the civilians in opposition-controlled east Aleppo.

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Kopfz
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Kopfz

So close, can almost smell it!

Spartacus
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Spartacus

Like stalingrad

satipera
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satipera

how the h**l are anti government militants supposed to leave even if they want to? ditto for civillians

AKC MD
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AKC MD

there is a demilitarized checkpoint in the center of aleppo close to the citadel from which civilians have been passing back and forth even before the siege was completed. now 3 more such checkpoints / centers are to be set up with russian help.

satipera
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satipera

i am as anti nato gangsters and their allies as anyone. but when i ask a simple question, that is how will anti government militants and civilians leave aleppo under the guns of previously mentioned militants then my post is removed #whatfreespeech?

AKC MD
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AKC MD

see above.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

NATO gangsters? So you just call 28 countries gangsters and 44 other with a partnership with NATO too? i.e…. Luxembourg? So, explain me -except money laundering, LOL- in what Luxembourg is criminal? Their participation to NATO? The NATO E-3 Sentry AWACS are imatriculated in Luxembourg for fiscal reasons. You hate Turkey? Greece is NATO… The only aircrafts they shot down in the last 30 years were a F-16 and a F-4 from… Turkish air force! Do you know that Russia, Japan and Switzerland have a partnership with NATO? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO#Participating_countries And BTW, France participated to a really few NATO actions ONLY… Read more »

زخاري رويال
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زخاري رويال

I thought there was a full encirclement of Aleppo?