Syrian armed forces have liberated a town in the west-central province of Hama in their latest push to win back areas held by foreign-sponsored Takfiri terrorists. An unnamed Syrian military source told the official SANA news agency that the army units managed to reestablish control over Ma’an in the northern countryside of Hama on Thursday. The Syrian air force carried out intensive strikes against positions held by terrorists and their supply routes in villages and towns across Hama province, the source added. A large number of militants were killed in the air raids that targeted their tanks and vehicles, some of which were equipped with different types of machine guns. Another Syrian army unit also ambushed a terrorist group that attempted to infiltrate into a… Next »

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