DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:40 P.M.) – Minutes ago, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) broke-through Jaysh Al-Fateh’s (Army of Conquest) last-line of defense at the Minyan Suburb in west Aleppo, seizing the entire area after the latter withdrew westward.

According to an Al-Masdar field correspondent, the Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces” had seized almost 80 percent of Minyan after launching a powerful assault against the Jaysh Al-Fateh militants this morning.

With 80 percent of the suburb under the Syrian Army’s control, the jihadist rebels attempted to reinforce their positions and launch a counter-attack; this ultimately failed.

Following the failed counter-attack by the jihadist rebels, the Syrian Arab Army took the opportunity to launch one last assault to seize the entire suburb.

At 6:30 P.M. (Damascus Time), the jihadist rebels withdrew from Minyan in order to avoid being overrun by the swarming soldiers of the Syrian Arab Army.

Currently, Syrian Army sappers are attempting to clear the entire suburb of IEDs before the jihadist rebels launch a counter-attack to reclaim Minyan.

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