Despite the fact that US President Donald Trump has announced his intent to pull out American forces from Syria, it appears that the US military has established yet another base in the war-torn Middle Eastern country.
On Wednesday afternoon, Syrian army-led forces and Turkish-backed fighters exchanged blows in and near the town of Tadef in northern Aleppo.
SAA managed to foil a HTS counter-offensive in the south of Aleppo province.
Turkey dispatched 180 commandos to the Syrian city of Al Bab on Nov. 30, the military stated.
Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) warded off offensive by Free Syrian Army on several villages in Northern Aleppo.
Government forces took control of several areas in eastern parts of Aleppo province.
The Syrian Army units were deployed in areas controlled by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), as Head of the Russian General Staff’s Main Operations Department Sergei Rudskoi has recently said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights noted that on Monday eleven members of one family in the city city of al-Bab were killed as their home was destroyed by Turkish airstrikes and shelling aimed at paving the way for advancing Turkey-backed militants.
SAA forces advance in the northeast of Kuweires airbase in Aleppo province. They managed to capture Khirbat al Jihash, Mansourah, Zabihah villages in the Kuweires countryside.
Al Menagh, Tell Rifaat and Ain Issa controlled by SDF joined ceasefire agreement in the past 24 hours.