Army units destroy al-Nusra hideouts in Hama and Idleb

Hama/Idleb – Syrian Arab Army units on Friday continued carrying out operations targeting terrorists’ positions and routes in Hama and Idleb provinces in response for the terrorists’ breaches of the de-escalation zone agreement.

SANA said an army unit carried out intensive rocket and artillery strikes targeting Jabhat al-Nusra hideouts in Khan Sheikhoun, al-Habbit, and the surroundings of Abdin village in Idleb’s southern countryside, which resulted in killing and injuring a number of terrorists and destroying their hideouts and vehicles.

SANA said army units carried out concentrated strikes targeting the movement and supply routes of terrorists in the surroundings of Hass and Kafrnubbul, destroying a number of terrorists’ vehicles and hideouts along with the weapons and ammo inside them.

In Hama’s northwestern countryside, army units eliminated terrorist groups from Jabhat al-Nusra and destroyed their hideouts in Qastoun, al-Mughir, the surroundings of Kafrnabboudeh, and al-Sayyad.

Russian MoD Rubbishes Washington’s Claims about Alleged Chemical Attack in Syria's Idlib

Moscow has blasted the US State Department’s claims about an alleged chemical attack in Syria’s Idlib province, saying the allegations totally lack proof and haven’t even been confirmed by Western-backed groups on the ground.

The Russian Defense Ministry said that Washington’s attempts to “impose another lie on this world” about the situation in Syria were “not even surprising anymore” as it denied that any such attack in Idlib took place.

According to RT, The military also called out the US over the lack of evidence. When the State Department first reported an alleged attack on Tuesday it limited itself to saying that the US saw some “signs” it might have happened while failing to provide any details about the incident, except for the date on which it supposedly took place.

Al-Jaafari: Syria will continue fighting terrorism and protecting citizens from its danger

New York - Syria’s permanent representative to the UN, Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari said on Thursday that Syria will continue fighting terrorism and protecting citizens from its danger, adding that protecting civilians is the responsibility of the State and its sovereign institutions, SANA reported.

“The Syrian people have long suffered from a terrorist war, supported and funded by known governments which sponsor the international beyond-border terrorism, but the Syrian state has been able, with support of true allies, to keep the structure and work of its national institutions,” al-Jaafari said at a UN Security council session on protecting civilians in armed conflicts.

He added that Syria has reservation on the description of UN Secretary General’s report, entitled “Protecting Civilians in Armed conflicts,” which depicted that war against al-Qaeda, Daesh and Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organizations as “armed conflict,” affirming that protecting civilians is mainly a responsibility which is assumed by the State concerned and  its sovereign institutions.

Army destroys Jabhat al-Nusra’s weapons in Idleb and Hama

Hama, Idleb – Army units on Thursday destroyed vehicles and weapons of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in al-Habeitt and Kafar Nabouda towns in Hama and Idleb countryside.

SANA said that the army’s blows left many terrorists either killed or injured as their weapons were destroyed.

Terrorists attack with bombs dropped from a drone al-Zara Power Station in Hama, huge damage caused

Hama – Terrorist organizations attacked with several bombs dropped from a drone al-Zara Power Generation Station in the southern countryside of Hama, causing huge damage to it.

Manager of Station Mostafa Shantout told SANA that a drone that belongs to terrorist groups dropped a number of bombs on Wednesday where huge damage was caused to the Station, adding that maintenance workshops started immediately to repair the damage.