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About 20 civilians who were captured by terrorists in Hama were released on Sunday. Militants have delayed the promotion of a UN humanitarian convoy south of Damascus, reports FAN with reference to Syrian sources.




In the first half of the day, it became known that the Islamists of Dzhebhat An-Nusra (the group was banned in the Russian Federation), whose troops are stationed south of Damascus, banned the UN humanitarian association from traveling, demanding five thousand food sets. At the same time, the Red Crescent organization trucks were able to reach their destination. This may indicate that the UN cargo was originally intended for militants, many local sources are convinced. In the afternoon, a car driver was detained in the capital; weapon and ammunition for radicals operating illegally in the capital. The cargo was seized by the SAR police.

Fierce clashes were recorded between pro-Assad fighters and militants of the Fileak Al-Sham formation in the western suburb of Aleppo - Ar-Rashidin. As a result of an unexpected attack by the Islamists, the allies of the Syrian army lost several soldiers killed and wounded, and also lost tank and parts of weapons.

During the day, clashes between government units and terrorists of the IG (banned in the Russian Federation) in Deir ez-Zor continued. The fighting took place in the districts of Al-Hamidiyah, Ar-Rasaf and Sheikh Yasin. After a counter igilovtsev in the area of ​​Al-Ummal ATS troops began to strengthen its position on the island of Saqr, freed three days earlier. The Huweijat Sakr will become a new military base, from where the support of the CAA units operating in the east of the SAR will be coordinated. In the south-west of Deir ez-Zor, near the border with the province of Homs, terrorists attempted a counter-offensive using a sandstorm. Thanks to the support of the Russian military aircraft, the attack was repelled, but it was not without losses from the side of the pro-Assad fighters - Hezbollah and Liva Fatimiyun lost about ten soldiers killed and wounded.

In Hama, 19 civilians, including four children, were released from the captivity of ISIS by National Defense Forces (NDF) and CAA units in the east of the province. Meanwhile, the Russian aviation together with the artillery divisions, the SAR continued to strike at the militant fortified areas to the northeast of the provincial administrative center.
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  1. askort154
    askort154 30 October 2017 10: 05 New
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    A flock of hyenas will wander around Syria for a long time. Now we need total intelligence among the population.
  2. pvv113
    pvv113 30 October 2017 10: 07 New
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    Militants delay UN humanitarian convoy advancement

    Or maybe the other way around - the militants received a package from the UN?
  3. Vita vko
    Vita vko 30 October 2017 11: 36 New
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    Red Crescent organization trucks were able to reach their destination. This may indicate that the UN cargo was originally intended for militants, many local sources are convinced.

    Now terrorists will sell this ration for the services and work of local residents. It’s not hard to guess that building fortifications and digging trenches will be the easiest job for locals in exchange for UN food.
    It is interesting to hear the comments of the "center for reconciliation of the parties" which gave the go-ahead for this delivery of food to terrorists.
  4. padded jacket
    padded jacket 30 October 2017 14: 46 New
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    The fighting in Idlib, the main patrimony of the Nusra terrorists, into which thousands of bandits have recently brought.
  5. Fedya2017
    Fedya2017 30 October 2017 18: 07 New
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    Assad has troops and equipment. And aviation works for him ... But the fighting efficiency of the troops is weak. There will be no air support and they will run ... In Deira they got stuck and in places they switch to defense.