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Syria: Deir Ezzur in Last 24 Hours
The Syrian Air Force fighter jets destroyed the Takfiri terrorists' positions across Deir Ezzur province, killing a large number of militants and destroying their vehicles while other army units thwarted ISIL attacks on al-Jafra village and several other regions.

The Syrian warplanes carried out several sorties over the ISIL terrorists' positions in the Eastern province of Deir Ezzur, destroying key facilities of militants in strategic regions.

The ISIL Takfiri militants' concentration centers in Hatla and al-Marya'iv villages came under strikes of the Syrian air force, in which many military vehicles of the ISIL were destroyed.

Syria: Deir Ezzur in Last 24 Hours

In the meantime, one of the ammunition depots of the ISIL also was also destroyed in the air attacks.

Elsewhere, some 25 ISIL Takfiri terrorists were killed in army operations in the vicinity of al-Tharda Mountain in Deir Ezzur as the government forces continue to advance against the foreign-backed militants.

The army also destroyed a vehicle equipped with a DshKa machinegun and a 23 mm cannon mounted on a vehicle in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.

The Syrian army killed and injured dozens of the ISIL terrorists in Deir Ezzur province as pro-government troops intensified their mop-up operations against the Takfiri militants.

The Syrian army targeted ISIL positions in the neighborhoods of al-Ummal and al-Hweiqeh in Deir Ezzur, killing and injuring scores of the terrorists.

The Syrian army troops repelled wide-scale attacks by ISIL invaders in al-Jafra village in Deir Ezzur, after inflicting large casualties on the Takfiri terrorists.

At least five militants were killed as the Syrian army repelled the ISIL attacks in al-Jafra village in Deir Ezzur.

A long convoy of ISIL terrorists' military vehicles was traced and targeted by the Syrian Army near al-Hosseiniyeh village on Saturday.

Most of the vehicles in the ISIL convoy, including a fuel tanker and at least eight machinegun-equipped vehicles, were destroyed in the army attack.

East of Deir Ezzur airbase, al-Mrei'iyeh, Hweijet al-Marie'iyeh, surrounding areas of gas pipeline and al-Taim field were the scenes of heavy clashes between the Syrian army and the ISIL Takfiri terrorists, in which tens of the militants were killed or wounded.

The Army stormed the ISIL defense line in al-Ummal neighborhood of Deir Ezzur city and destroyed their military equipment with heavy firing.

In the meantime, the ISIL concentration center in al-Hweiqeh in Deir Ezzur province came under offensive of the Syrian soldiers, who killed or wounded dozens of the terrorists.





Source: Farsnews
Keywords: syria - deir - ezzur - last - hours

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