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Videos: Syrian Army Captures More Than Dozen Militants In Southwestern Aleppo


On January 31, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) captured 17 militants during clashes in the southwestern countryside of Aleppo.

According to the U-News Agency, the militants, all members of al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), were captured near the town of Qal’ajiyah, where heavy clashes are now taking place.

The Beirut-based news agency released videos showing the captured militants being transported by the army to a detention facility.

Earlier on Januart 31, the army captured the areas of Rajm Judran, Khirbat Kharas and Tulul al-Hazmr as well as the town of al-Khalidya in southwest Aleppo, thus imposing fire control of a large part of the M5 highway.

The SAA, supported by Lebanon’s Hezbollah, is now advancing towards Qal’ajiyah and the nearby town of al-Qarasi. The army reportedly captured key positions in the two towns, including al-Qarasi’s main hilltop.

A day earlier, hundreds of Turkish-backed militants arrived in Aleppo city’s outskirt to support HTS and other terrorist groups in the region. These reinforcements were apparently useless.

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