Northern Aleppo: Terrorist forces retook control of Maryamayn and Shawagra from the Kurdish-led Syria Democratic Forces. Kisr al-Shughur beheaded two members of the SDF aligned Jaish al-Thuwar.

Eastern Aleppo: ISIS carried out a car bomb attack against government forces protecting Kuweires air base. This has not jeopardized the Syrian Arab Army’s control of the air base and its surrounding area.

Southern Aleppo: Russian airstrikes have been relentlessly attacking terrorist targets. The National Defense Forces have continued battling terrorist forces near Khan Tuman.

Idlib Province: Turkish media claims Russian airstrikes hit a bakery run by Turkish NGO IHH. Non-Turkish reports said it was an arms depot for terrorist forces. Other Russian airstrikes have hit the village of Kafr Takharim.

Latakia Province: Russian airstrikes have pounded terrorist forces in Jabal al-Akkrad.

Northern Hama: Terrorist forces have taken control of checkpoints near the town of Maan. The Syrian Arab Army have stalled any further advances and the terrorist forces were relocated to southern Aleppo.

Nothern Homs: A Russian airstrike has hit the terrorist held town of Talbiseh.

Qalamoun Mountains: Al-Nusra have declared war on ISIS where the two terrorist groups had a mutual peace despite hostilities between them in other regions.

Damascus Province: Hezbollah and terrorist groups clashed in Marj as-Sultan, east of Damascus.

Eastern Syria: In the heart of ISIS held territory, Russian airstrikes have hit Bukamal near the Iraqi border and US-led coalition airstrikes have hit ISIS positions to the north of Raqqa.

Southern Syria: A bomb has exploded in the terrorist held town of al-Qahtaniah in the Golan Heights. No further information.

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Daahireeto Mohamud
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Daahireeto Mohamud

Two days before I suggested in a commnet that SAA should re-start Northern Hama offensive because the terrrorists were focusing on Southern Aleppo, but it seems it the other way around, the rebels have re-launched their own counter offensive in Northern Hama,it seems they are confident they can continue their counter offensive while enagaging Southern Aleppo, that tells us lack ofa agility and speed from SAA.