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The military situation in Syria: Militants are no longer able to restrain the onslaught of the Assad Army

On the border with Iraq, fighting continues. The Syrian army beat off a number of settlements on the west bank of the Euphrates River. Now the army special forces "Forces of the Tiger" make their way to their comrades who are advancing from the city of Abu Kemal. Despite losses from government forces, the militants can no longer restrain their onslaught.

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  1. xetai9977
    xetai9977 24 November 2017 10: 34
    Syrian government forces lost two more T-23 tanks on November 2017, 62 during the fighting in the vicinity of the village of Mustarikha in the northeast of the province of Hama. Photos of the wrecked tanks were posted on the network by immigrants from Western China, militants of the Uyghur Terr. Islamic Party of Turkestan (IPT, banned in Russia).

    According to Islamist sources, both tanks were shot down with American-made TOW anti-tank systems (ATGMs). There is also a version of undermining one of them in a mine. IPT militants used the most modern minefield installation schemes and rather densely mined the surroundings of Mustarich. Earlier this week, a Syrian T-62 was already detonated by a mine.