The Syrian Arab Air Force (SYAAF) has assaulted Fateh al-Sham’s military installations and fighters in the town of Taybat al-Imam, Hama province. Specific details regarding these airstrikes have not been provided, but it is believed that the Syrian warplanes carried out several airstrikes in Hama today morning.

Fateh al-Sham was formerly known as the Al-Nusra front, Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria. Taybat al-Imam was captured by opposition fighters in mid-2016, and it has remained under their control until now.

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