Last week, a Telegram chat between fighters of Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS), arguably the most influential armed faction in Idlib province, revealed that a wage ceiling for a foot soldier in the group is a surprisingly low $80 a month. This amount of money is payed to the fighters stationed in Lattakia province, while…
Syrian Salvation Government affiliated with Hayat Tahrir al Sham terror group announced the establishment of an institute for “reeducation” of Islamic preachers and imams.
Military police of the Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army in Jarablus announced that a man who was tortured to death in its custody was a former soldier of the Syrian Arab Army.
Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS) terror group insisted that it will preserve its status as an independent force, denying reports about the group’s intention to dissolve its ranks and join the Turkey-backed National Army.
The UK-based so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) released a footage of about 250 trucks loaded with with weapons, ammunition and equipment in Syria.
An US patrol approached one of the SAA 1st Armored Division checkpoints near Manbij city and asked soldiers to remove the Syrian flag.
Kurdish sources have confirmed that numerous infightings have forced many of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) fighters to defect to Syrian Arab Army (SAA) units in Aleppo countryside.
Hay’at Tahrir al Sham and Nour al Din al Zenki are close to clash between each other again in the West of Aleppo province.
Civilians continue to suffer from a lack of medical care in Afrin Canton of Aleppo province.
Hay’at Tahrir al Sham militants have reportedly received over 100 drones.