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Saturday, 29 October 2016

Update: Syrian Army, Allies Repel Major Terrorist Attack in Aleppo: None of Hezbollah Fighters Captured

October 28, 2016
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Dead Terrorists
The Syrian army and allies managed on Friday to completely repel the major terrorist attack on the various fronts in Aleppo, inflicting heavy human and materialistic losses upon the takfiri militants.
The military media also refuted the rumors which reported that the terrorist groups captured a number of Hezbollah fighters, stressing that the reports are baseless and aim at boosting the morale of the takfiris.
In details, the army and allies defending the Air Force Academy in the eastern countryside of Aleppo repelled massive ISIL attack from the southeastern direction, inflicting heavy losses upon the terrorists and destroying a number of their vehicles and weaponry, according to SANA.
Later a military source told SANA that army units, in cooperation with allied forces, thwarted a large attack launched by the terrorists of al-Nusra Front and other terrorist groups affiliated to it on several axes towards the south and southwest of Aleppo.
The source pointed out that the attack synchronized with ISIL attack in the direction of the Air Force Academy, adding that army units confronted the attack, killed tens of terrorists, injured many others and destroyed booby-trapped vehicles, two tanks and a large number of armored vehicles, some equipped with machineguns.
Many terrorists were killed as the Syrian Air Force hit their gatherings and hideouts in al-Mansoura and Abu Shailam villages in the western countryside of Aleppo.
Army air strikes also hit terrorists’ positions in Khan Touman and Tallet Bazo (hill) in southwestern Aleppo, destroying a number of armored vehicles and cars equipped with machine guns and a number of cannons, in addition to leaving many terrorists dead or wounded.
Source: Al-Manar Website
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