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Syria regains control of 30 towns and villages

Aljazeera reports of 110 civilians’ death

In a major development Syrian Army along with allied forces has regained control over 30 towns and villages in Hama, Aleppo, and Idlib provinces, north of Damascus, after eliminating the remnants of Daesh (IS) terrorists.

According to official SANA news agency, the Syrian army continued its operations against Daesh in the isolated pockets in Hama, Aleppo, and Idlb, culminating in regaining control of 29 villages and towns. The agency listed the names of the liberated areas.

The sources in Damascus have claimed that army operations have successfully eliminated large numbers of Daesh terrorists and destroyed weapons and ordinance. It also claimed that engineering units dismantled the landmines and IEDs planted by the terrorists in the liberated villages and towns.

Syria regains control of 30 towns and villages

Meanwhile, Aljazeera has reported that Russian and Syrian forces have killed at least 110 civilians over the past 48 hours in Eastern Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus. It says that 30 civilians were killed on Monday and 80 were on Tuesday. At least 22 children and 21 women were among the dead.

“Scenes of entire buildings, housing whole families crashing down with the residents – women, children and men – still inside have become a frequent image,” Abu Salem al-Shami, a resident and activist, told Al Jazeera by phone from Eastern Ghouta, an area that has been under opposition control since 2013.

Syrian government has been critical of Aljazeera and Al-Arabia TV channels coverage from the very beginning of the crisis in 2011. There were certain incidents which were inflated by Arab media, belonging to opponents of Bashar al-Assad regime in the region.

Eastern Ghauta, not very far from Damascus airport, was under Daesh terrorists control and large number of videos and pictures emerged from the town about the heinous killing of civilians and government employees who were allegedly defying Daesh’s so called Islamic Sharia.

The London based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), has claimed that Tuesday marked the “largest massacre in Syria” on Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib province when more than 80 people were killed. Large number of Daesh terrorists and their sympathizers were moved from Aleppo, Raqqa and other areas to Idlib under agreement with Damascus government. Idlib is located in north-western Syria closer to Turkish border.

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