The Russian Air Force harassed Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) and their allies everyday inside the village of Abu Al-Dhuhour in the Idlib Governorate.
As a result, the aforementioned terrorist group has finally abandoned their headquarters at Abu Al-Dhuhour in order to evade the constant airstrikes from the Russian Air Force.
The latest Russian airstrike over Abu Al-Dhuhour killed well over 25 Jabhat Al-Nusra members, while also destroying their large weapons depot inside the village; this prompted them to seek refuge elsewhere.
Jabhat Al-Nusra first built their headquarters in Abu Al-Dhuhour during their large-scale offensive to capture the Abu Al-Dhuhour Military Airport; this installation is located directly east of the village.
The location of the terrorist group’s newest headquarters is currently unknown; however, it is very likely that Russian reconnaissance planes will identify their new site shortly.