ALEPPO, SYRIA (5:38 P.M.) – In line with the Syrian Army’s recent advances that place the government forces in position to split what remains of rebel-held east Aleppo in two, the insurgents have begun the process of mass retreating from the northern section of the blob to avoid being split.

Fateh Halab factions are currently abandoning their positions in Haydariyah and have reportedly abandoned Bustan Al-Basha according to rebel sources. Pro-government sources have just announced the capture of the adjacent Ba’ibdeen district.

To ensure their complete withdrawal, they would have to maintain control over large sections of the central Sakhour district or else they’ll be prone to splitting apart. As less than a kilometer separates the government troops at Sulayman Al-Halabi district from their counterparts in Hnano, retreating rebels are under the mercy of the Syrian Army’s relentless bombardment on the district as it lay under the fire control of the Syrian Armed Forces.

To be updated….

 

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Igor Dano
2016-11-27 15:33

Brave syrian soldiers.

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Amin
2016-11-27 15:41
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… and its loyal allies.

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Floriangeyer
2016-11-27 15:53

There are still thousands of the US/NATO backed terrorists left in East Aleppo City.
Will they accept transport to Idlib or will the fanatics amongst them attempt a mass killing of civilians ?

The SAA and Allies are undertaking a very difficult task but after 5 years of war they are determined to cleanse Syria of the psychopaths who kill, rape and torture for enjoyment.

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Rus Sky
2016-11-27 20:10

Cannot quit thinking, if there any chance for that narrowed flow to get throttled with air force fire?

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Bobby Ingram
2016-11-28 00:02

good news, thanks

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est 338Lapua
2016-11-28 00:16

I need to get a giant poster of Dr Bashar Al Assad to fly it over london for victory day in Aleppo+ the Real Syrian Flag, altough i will risk to be shot by fire arm team as they done with Charles de Menezes