The situation in the South of Syria has worsened in the past few days: the Syrian army is preparing to launch a large-scale military operation against Nusra Front and ISIS, Israel demands the pro-Iranian forces to stay away from the area of the operation, the USA threatens Assad with “firm and appropriate measures” if the…
The Syrian government forces prepare to launch a military operation in Southern regions of Syria – Daraa and Sweida provinces mostly controlled by Free Syrian Army, Tahrir al Sham and ISIS.
Iraqi military forces have plans to launch a cross-border operation to fight against terrorists on the territory of Syria, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi said on April, 1.
Ankara says the operation against Kurdish forces in Iraq’s Sinjar province is highly possible and may follow the Olive Branch operation.
A large number of Syrian government troops was sent to Deir Ezzor this weekend.
The Lebanese Hezbollah and Nusra-affiliated group made a deal on ceasefire in the borderline area of Arsal.
SAA has resumed offensive in eastern Damascus trying to liberate the suburbs of Jobar and Ayn Tarma towns. Reports say the 42nd Brigade of the veteran 4th Mechanized Division has joined the Syrian government forces there.
US Special Operations units support Kurdish armed formations in their fighting against ISIS in Syria’s Raqqa city.
The SAA Tiger Forces units and other pro-government forces launched an operation to liberate the strategic Sukhnah town held by ISIS.
US-backed Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) keep on advancing deeper into ISIS-held and now fully encircled city of Raqqa, which some time ago was called ‘the capital of Caliphate’.