The Syrian army and air force intensified the military operations against ISIS terrorists in Eastern and Southwestern parts of Homs province.
The U.S. troops in Iraq commanding officer Lieutenant General Stephen J. Townsend has recently announced the updated schedule of the operations against Islamic radicals in Mosul and Raqqa.
US-backed Kurdish fighters have launched a new offensive that aims to capture towns and villages in Raqqa province.
The government forces continue military operations in Homs province in the direction of al Mahr oil field, al Bida al Sharqia village and Hayan gas plant in the Northwest of Palmyra city.
According to the source, at least 4 ISIS top commanders were killed in airstrikes carried out by the Turkish jets on al Bab city in Aleppo province.
The government forces advanced in the southern outskirts of Deir Ezzor city and continued their military operations against ISIS.
According to the Syrian activists and organizations 15 civilians were killed during combat actions all over the country on February 3, 2017.
Ka-52 advanced combat helicopters and Su-25 attack aircraft will join the Russian Air Group involved in the liberation of Palmyra city from the ISIS terrorists.
ISIS terrorists have reportedly started to leave al Bab city in Aleppo province after intensive Turkish and Russian air raids on their positions.
The Kurdish YPG (People’s Protection Units) and the SMC (Syriac Military Council) confirmed in a statement the death of the 5th foreign volunteer as part of the anti-ISIS operation in Raqqa province.