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Tag Archives: Syrian Civil War

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The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies have continued their operation against militants in the southern Syrian province of…

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Syrian government forces have entered the villages of Zaizoun and Tal Shihab in the southwestern countryside of the southern city of…

Militants in southern Syria have continued surrendering military equipment, including battle tanks, and weapons, including guided missiles, to the Syrian…

On July 5, pro-govenrment forces liberated the town of Saida in the southern Syrian province of Daraa. The advance was…

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Troops of the Russian Military Police have entered the town of Bushra Al-Sham in the southern Syrian province of Daraa, according…

On July 2, Syrian government forces repelled an attack by militants of Jaish al-Izza in the area of Tal Bazam…

On June 30, Russian forces intercepted and downed a group of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) over Khmeimim Air Base in Syria. The…

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Militants in the settlements of Umm Walad, Atbaa and Jebb in southern Syria have surrendered to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Major…

UPDATE: The Russian Defense Ministry released a statement confirming the incident and saying that “all air targets” were destroyed. Early…