(Damascus, Syria – 11:19 AM) Pro-government forces used artillery and missiles to strike Al-Nusra targets in Deraa city, and the north-east Deraa countryside.

According to a military source, the Syrian Army targeted Al-Nusra front gatherings and bases on the Ankhel-Al-Thuryah road, east of Al-Maliha Al-Sharqiyah, Ibtaa and Deraa Al-Balad.

More than 20 fighters were killed as a result of the Syrian Army’s assault in Deraa province, which is situated in southern Syria.

Furthermore, pro-government forces also destroyed 3 bases, a field gun site, a pickup truck and a bulldozer in the province.

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