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DAMASCUS, SYRIA, 2:40 P.M.) – The Syrian Forces finally managed to cut off two major rebel bastions on northeast Damascus following weeks of intense battles with Islamist insurgents.

The significant advance was propelled by intense rocket shelling that targeted rebel barracks and fortifications in the area.

Video footage published by pro-government activists show Goulan rocket launchers of the elite 4th Armoured Division unleash heavy shelling on the al-Nusra-held Harasta suburb.

Military sources confirmed that the rebel enclave is almost splintered into two parts with only a few hundreds meter for the Army units to meet up at the Army Vehicle Base in Haraasta.


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2018-03-11 17:39
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Great footage!!