The northwestern part of Syria’s Hama province remains to be the main area of clashes between the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and radical militant groups.
After a series of previous advances, which allowed the SAA to get control of Kafr Nabuda and nearby points, the SAA pushed further to the north entering the settlements of Tell Huwash, Tobeh and Jabriya. Clashes are now ongoing there.
At the same time, SAA attempts to advance in northeastern Lattakia faced a fierce resistance from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham-led forces. No gains were made by the SAA. According to pro-militant sources, up to 16 pro-government fighters were killed in the area.
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