35 militants managed to eliminate the Syrian army soldiers who attacked a convoy of armored vehicles and vehicles of terrorists armed with anti-aircraft guns and large-caliber machine guns. It is reported that intelligence reported combat units about the place and time of passage of the militant column DAISH. Located near the village of Al-Maakar al-Shamali, the Syrian military attacked the militants from two directions at once.
Another militant car carrying weapon "Twin", was destroyed in the north-eastern outskirts of Salamia (Hama province).
The air strikes of the SAR Air Force brought air strikes against militant positions of the Jaish Al-Fatah and Ahrar al-Sham groups, close to the administrative border between Hama and Idlib. According to the Ministry of Defense of Syria, as a result of the strike, one of the leaders of Ahrar al-Sham, nicknamed Abu Osama, was destroyed (his real name is Muhammad al-Zeidan).
Several militants and pieces of equipment were destroyed by airplanes of the Syrian Air Force in the province of Homs - in the vicinity of the village of Tadmore. Substantial damage in Syrian manpower aviation inflicted on militants in the area of the city of Al-Kariaten (province of Homs).
On the eve of Syria came the information that the city of Homs is under the complete control of the Syrian government army.