Syrians thwart infiltrating terrorists in Aleppo

DAMASCUS, Oct. 29 (MNA) – Joint operation of Syria’s army with volunteer forces have brought new victories for anti-terrorists front.

More than 50 villages in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo are freed from the presence of terrorist groups as a result of the offensive launched by the army, in collaboration with the militia.

According to military sources, the soldiers moved about 120km west, towards the province of Idleb, and called all displaced civilians, who moved to other regions, to return to their homes.

It was also informed that members of the terrorist group of ISIL, mostly foreign mercenaries, tried to infiltrate in the village of Um al-Janayen, near the city of al-Sfeira, southeast of the province.

Army spokesmen explained to the media that the troops in this region repulsed the attack and eliminated dozens of terrorists in their attempt.

Reports indicate heavy casualties among the terrorist militants, who also suffered the loss of several tanks, armored vehicles and a fair amount of weapons and ammunition.

The report to the media also explained that the Takfiris, in their attempt to penetrate Um al-Janayen, were carrying cameras and telecommunication devices to connect live television channels, ready to give the 'news' of their taking this town.





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