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First Footage Of Syrian Army Troops Inside Khan Shaykhun


On August 22, Oleg Blokhin, a journalist of the Abkhazian Network News Agency (ANNA), released two videos showing Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops inside the town of Khan Shaykhun in southern Idlib.

Muraselon, a pro-government news outlet, also published several photos showing Syrian soldiers inside the key town.

First Footage Of Syrian Army Troops Inside Khan Shaykhun

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The SAA secured Khan Shaykhun on August 21. A day earlier, Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its allies withdrew all of their militants from the town.

At least 28 militants were killed during clashes with the army east of Khan Shaykhun on August 21 only, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

The capture of Khan Shaykhun was a major blow to HTS and its allies. The terrorist groups had rejected all previous ceasefire agreements and even vowed to invade government-held areas.

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  • Zionism = EVIL

    The damage has been minimal as the headchopper cowards did not put up a fight and Russian airstrikes have been very precise. Hopefully, the same tested pattern will now apply to liberate all Syrian territory from terrorists and their masters.

    • xTheWarrior22

      Yeah hopefully the terrorists won’t put up a fight against the SAA in the future battles in Greater Idlib. For that they can maybe inflict the damage on Erdogan’s presidental palace and the Trump Tower. I guess the Zionists will be very happy about this, as they love death and destruction.

    • stupid is as stupid does

      You spit on Russia all the time you filthy hypocrite!
      And now suddenly “Russian airstrikes have been very precise”?!
      You double faced snake !

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  • Bob

    For years Blokhin from ANNA has repeatedly produced amazing footage from the contact lines and from zones just liberated by SAA. This guy is an old school war reporter issuing dispatches from the front end.

  • antoun