Military Situation In Wadi Barada Northwest Of Damascus On January 12, 2017 (Map Update)

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Government forces are developing an advance against Jabhat Fatah al-Sham and its allies in the Wadi Barada area near Damascus.

On January 11, the Syrian army entered the villages of Ayn al-Fijah and Baseema in the southeastern part of the pocket, engaging militants in intense fighting there. On January 12, government forces continued to clash with militants inside Ayn al-Fijah and Baseema, and also gained the area on a high ground north of Ayn al-Fijah.

The tactical goal of the Syrian army is to gain control of all hilltops around the militant-held villages. This will allow the army to distract anti-government units operating in the area and to liberate Wadi Barada villages one by one.

Reports about a number of militants that had surrendered to government forces in Ayn al-Fijah and Baseema have not been confirmed yet.

The map shows the military situation in Wadi Barada, located northwest of the Syrian capital, Damascus, on January 12, 2017:

Military Situation In Wadi Barada Northwest Of Damascus On January 12, 2017 (Map Update)

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  • rado

    Are u supporting terrorist Assad

    • Better Assad than the extremist head cutting filth destroying Syria in the name of their stupid, bigoted and racist interpretation of a religion.

    • VGA

      Are you supporting Al Qaeda/Al Nusra?

    • Rob

      Netanyahu is terrorist.

  • rado

    Assad has lost alot of his gangs in Wadi Barada.

    • desaparecidos

      FAKE NEWS from an IGNORAMUS.

  • Ronald

    One good thing about this , is the people of Damascus will never vote for these Al Nura jihadists , poisoning the water to their city . Rado , your friends have no heart , never mind religion .