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BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:20 A.M.) – On the night of Monday to Tuesday, Russian warplanes struck rebel forces and their assets at various points throughout the southern countryside of Idlib province.

Reports say that, in particular, Russian airpower attacked jihadist tactical positions, storage sites, camps and movements in and around the town of Al-Habit (near the militant stronghold of Kafr Nabudah).

The Russian airstrikes in southern Idlib were, at the same time, supplemented by the Syrian Army’s heavy shelling of rebel forces at Al-Latamenah, Kafr Zita and Zakat with Smerch rocket artillery (details here).

Syrian Army artillery and Russian warplanes often hit rebel targets in northern Hama and southern Idlib (sometimes on a daily basis) in response to insurgent shelling of government-held areas and as a means of foiling militant mobilizations.

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Long Live Syria
Long Live Syria
2018-04-24 08:36
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At this rate SA will have to bus them to Turki