The Syrian Army troops and Air Force targeted Jabhat Fateh al Sham (formerly al Nusra front) positions in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib, killing and wounding a large number of terrorists, including two commanders.
The army aircraft carried out several combat flights over al Nusra movements and gatherings in Tamala and Hasaneh villages and Kafr Nubbol in Southern Idlib, killing at least 15 terrorists and destroying 3 their vehicles.
The army men also targeted the concentration centers of a terrorist group in al Tamanna town in Northern Hama, killing 4 militants, including a commander of the group Abdul Qader Jeddi.
The army soldiers destroyed the terrorists command posts in Skeik village at the provincial borderline between Hama and Idlib, killing Amar Dayoub, one of their commanders. Also the government forces targeted terrorists’ positions in the small town of Kafr Zita in Northern Hama, destroying one of their military vehicles and a cannon.