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Army units enter Yalda Palace previously used as a base for US occupation forces

HASAKA, (ST)- The Syrian army units continued on Saturday to be deployed in a number of villages and towns of Hasaka countryside.

Today, the army units entered the Yalda Palace in northwest of Tal Tamer which was previously used as a base for the US occupation forces. The units were deployed in Yalda Palace area as well as  in Tal-Tamer-al-Ahras axis in the northwestern countryside of Hasaka, according to SANA reporter.

 On Friday, the Syrian Arab army expanded its range of deployment in Hasaka countryside by entering three new villages in the vicinity of Tal Tamer.

The army entered the villages of Salmas, Um al-Kheir and Gharnata in the western countryside of Tal Tamer were the locals gathered to greet the entering soldiers.

The reporter said that the army units are maintaining their points of deployment in the rest of the villages and towns of Tal Tamer.

Army thwarts attempt by Turkish regime's mercenaries to infiltrate into army's points in al-Ahras village

In another development, the Syrian army units thwarted an attempt by a group of Turkish regime's mercenaries to infiltrate into the army's points in al-Ahras village in the northwest of Tal Tamer.

SANA reporter said that the army unit clashed with the attackers and drove them away.

Turkish regime forces and mercenaries occupy two villages in Ras Al-Ein

On the opposite side, the Turkish regime forces and mercenaries on Saturday occupied two villages in Ras Al-Ein in Hasaka countryside following heavy artillery shelling and despite the Turkish regime’s announcement of suspending airstrikes for 120 hours. The Turkish occupation forces also cut off the Tal-Tamer-Ras Al-Ain road.

The villages are Jan Tamer Sharqi and al-Shukreya, according to SANA.

Hamda Mustafa

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