SAA CUTS ISIS SUPPLY ROUTES FROM IRAQ TO SYRIA

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The Syrian army troops reached Iraqi border and now control the territory up to 20 sq.miles in Badiyeh region (E.Syria) cutting ISIS supply lines from the city of al-Qaem in Iraq towards the strategic city of al-Sukhnah in Syria’s Homs province.

Syrian soldiers and the Lebanese Hezbollah forces have established several fortified positions along the Syrian-Iraqi border in spite of the US-led coalition’s warning and its air raids on army positions in al Tanf region in Southeastern Homs in May and early June.

The Syrian pro-government forces fortified their positions along the Syrian-Iraqi border near Boudah village SE of Homs a few kilometers from the al Tanf border crossing, where the Washington forces are training anti-Syrian government FSA fighters.

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