Syrian government forces foiled, today, a massive attack launched by jihadi groups on Army positions outside Khan al-Shih town in the Western Ghouta region.

Al-Masdar field reporter confirmed that two tanks, 1 BMP and 3 technical vehicles used by the jihadi groups in the offensive have been destroyed, in addition to at least 23 fighters killed.

Having fended off the attack, the government troops – backed by heavy artillery shelling – advanced from the southeastern flanks of the town and seized a swath of farmlands.

desreoyed-vehicleZen Adra | AMN
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