DAMASCUS, SYRIA (06:40 PM) – Sunday has turned out to be a very active day for the Russian aerial support to Syria, as the air force carried out over 30 sorties against militant positions in South Idlib and North Hama.

The constant bombing runs against positions held by Al-Qaeda linked group Hayyat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS, formerly Al Nusra Front) have effectively destroyed the terrorist organisation’s capacity to respond to a massive offensive mounted by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) during the past days, which resulted in a massive liberation of territory in the southern Idlib Governorate.

In videos shown below, two of the Russian air strikes are shown, one in the northern Hama city of Kafr Zayta and one in Jarjanaz, in southern Idlib.

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