Aleppo, Syria (4:55 A.M.) – The Russian Air Force has been relentless in southern Aleppo these past two days, striking a number of enemy targets along the Aleppo-Damascus Highway (M-5 Highway) and Khan Touman-Ramouseh Road.

When the Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces”  and their allies stormed the Al-Ramouseh District on Wednesday morning; it was the Russian Air Force that delivered a barrage of airstrikes to pave the way for their subsequent advance to the Ramouseh Garages.

Last night, the Syrian Armed Forces were able to seize the Ramouseh Garages after a long and violent battle; furthermore, they are already on the move today, pushing eastward through the district, as the Russian Air Force hammers Jaysh Al-Fateh’s (Army of Conquest) positions.

According to a military source in the Aleppo Governorate, the Russian Air Force conducted over 30 airstrikes in the last 4 hours, targeting the eastern sector of the Al-Ramouseh District and the Al-Rashiddeen Quarter.

Clashes are already under-way in the Al-Ramouseh District this morning, as the Syrian Armed Forces look to establish full control over this imperative section of the provincial capital.

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Ely Jose Carrillo
Ely Jose Carrillo
2016-09-08 04:00

Yes

Miler
Miler
2016-09-09 12:39

nice