The Syrian Arab Army advanced into the southern Syrian village of Misraba, in the middle of the opposition-held district of Eastern Ghouta, on Friday.

Footage shows Syrian government soldiers advancing through Misraba’s farms to the sound of gunfire.

Troops have reportedly advanced some 300 metres (980ft) west of the southern Syrian village of Beit Sawa, following fierce clashes.

According to reports, once Misraba is secured, the embattled region will be effectively divided in two, placing further pressure on the armed groups still in the area.

Source: Ruptly

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w*f are they doing drop the carpet bomb in this 1000 meter area and done!! How many can trenches and terrorists be fitted in less than one km ??!

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The noose tightens.