On the 1st of April, jihadist rebels stormed government positions in southern Aleppo, thus quickly capturing the strategic town and high-point of al-Eis. While pro-government troops have unsuccessfully tried to recapture al-Eis several times over the past week, an estimated 250 Jabhat al-Nusra have been killed in this time period, largely due to relentless Russian air raids and heavy shelling of the area.

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Student currently living in Denmark. Special focus on news from Syria, MENA map-making and strategical military analysis.

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Adam Hlavacka
Adam Hlavacka
2016-04-13 19:27

Pics or it dint happened.

Kopfz
Kopfz
2016-04-14 04:28
Reply to  Adam Hlavacka

liveleak.com/view?i=1d7_1460583042

MiKu
MiKu
2016-04-13 20:12

how many SAA soldiers?

COMINS
COMINS
2016-04-13 20:10

That’s more like “Northern Front”… South front is Daraa, Leith… 🙂

dennis donovan
dennis donovan
2016-04-14 04:16

@wavetossed great!they have been bought a ticket2 their heaven?expect they will be shattered by the experience&welcomed2hell?