Over the past week, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has captured a number of villages in rural Damascus, these include: Noulah, Deir al-Asafir, Zebdeen, Hawsh ad-Duwayr, Buzaynah, Hosh al-Katib and Harasta al-Qantara.

In turn, rebel forces have lost approximately 20% of the East Ghouta pocket, thus serving a huge blow to the moral of Islamist insurgents in the Syrian capital.

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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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Bobby Borashan
Bobby Borashan
2016-05-20 18:01

What a win!

shah
shah
2016-05-20 18:43

News like this brings joy to my heart

Simon Greate
Simon Greate
2016-05-20 18:49

GOD BLESS YOU SAA