Syrian, Russian aviation attack terrorist convoys in Aleppo

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DAMASCUS, Aug. 10 (MNA) – At least 40 armored vehicles and artillery belonging to terrorist groups to the west and south of Aleppo, were destroyed by the systematic bombing of the Syrian and Russian air forces.

According to military sources, the bombing occurred in the area near Rasmusa, where a Syrian army base is located. The base suffers from attacks by members of the group Jaish al Fateh.
The military source also added that Syria and Russia had bombed the main roads in Zorbah and the Saraqeh- Aleppo route; uninterrupted fighting persists to the south and west of the city of Aleppo, 350 kilometers north of Damascus.
Reports indicate that air operations also continued against the terrorists' supply routes, in which Russian long-range bombers TU-22M participated.
Military experts and other internet sources stress that after regrouping into five major groups, the terrorists attacked the region of Aleppo for the seventh time with the intention of breaking the siege of some of its troops, who are surrounded in the northern part of the city.
It is estimated that there are around 15,000 militants, who are armed and supported by foreign advisers from Turkey, Saudi Arabia, France, United Kingdom and United States.

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