DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:25 P.M.) – On Sunday, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) liberated the imperative town of Souran after a ground offensive preluded by a massive joint Russian and Syrian bombardement on positions held by Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS).

All civilians have fled Souran due to the skirmishes; effectively, the Tiger Forces were able to relax the rules of engagement and deploy all of its firepower on the former Islamist bastion, thus declaring open season on HTS insurgents:
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This morning, the Tiger Forces – supported by elements of the SAA’s 4th Division – followed up on their momentum in Hama province by storming neighboring Taibat Al-Imam. Heavy clashes are ongoing as we speak in the contested town.

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