12 non-Syrian terrorists killed in Aleppo and Lattakia

PROVINCES,(ST)_Units of armed forces continue carrying out qualitative operations to crush terrorists and restore stability and security across the homeland.

Today (Monday), the armed forces killed a big number of terrorists in operations carried out in countryside of Aleppo, Damascus, Idleb and Lattakia, according to SANA.

It was also reported that the armed forces inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists as most of their vehicles, weapons, and hideouts were destroyed.

Meanwhile, clashes were erupted in different areas in the aforementioned provinces ended in killing and injuring a lot of terrorists.

Among the killed terrorists in Sheikh Maqsod area (in Aleppo countryside) there were 8 ones of non-Syrian nationality.

Besides, 2 terrorists of Egyptian nationality, a Libyan, and a Belgian were among the killed in Lattakia countryside.

Explosive device

In a separate development, a citizen was wounded today morning when an explosive device, which was attached to a private car, detonated east Rekndden area in Damascus.

"The driver was wounded and the car was damaged", SANA quoted a source at Police Leadership as saying.


More Medical Supplies for Aleppo

DAMASCUS, (ST) _ A new shipment of medicines, vaccines and emergency supplies in addition to  surgical groups were  provided on Sunday for Aleppo governorate citizens by health institutions.

"The value of the 4th shipment of its kind to arrive in  Aleppo within the past three months exceeded 84 million Syrian pounds SP,"  said Minister of Health Dr. Saad Naef, noting that the shipment includes " surgical tools and medicines for  more ten thousand integrated surgery operations in addition to children's vaccines against measles, polio, hepatitis and meningitis. "

He detailed  that  total value of vaccines and some medicines provided by the ministry as a humanitarian  contribution by WHO and the UN  Fund for Population UNFPA  exceeded 72 million SP, while the value of  the shipment 's  other surgical and ambulatory supplies was estimated at  12 million SP.

"The Ministry of Health continues to mobilize efforts of its  employees to provide  hospitals and health centers with their needs of medicines and medical supplies to meet the health needs of citizens, " the Minister noted , adding  that " shipments of similar medical vaccines ,medicines and food supplements  will be secured for children over the next few weeks in other country 's governorates .

T. Fateh

Several terrorist hideouts shelled

PROVINCES,(ST)_The army units have shelled on Sunday terrorists' hideouts in different sites in countryside of Damascus, Aleppo, Idleb, and Homs, killing and injuring many of terrorists.

In addition, fighting raged in other sites in the same provinces between armed forces and terrorists.

The fighting ended in killing and injuring many terrorists, according to SANA.

Meanwhile, other terrorists were eliminated in an ambush by army on the road linking Idleb to Sermin.

Most of the killed terrorists are reportedly not Syrian.


On the other hand, the armed forces killed a group of armed terrorists, who stormed al-Berj alley in Homs countryside and killed 10 citizens (including women and children) and looted several shops and homes.

According to SANA, the terrorists attacked the alley because the locals rejected to shelter them in their homes.

Terrorists set fire to 3 oil wells    

In a separate incident, terrorist groups set fire to three oil wells in Der Ezzour, causing a daily lose estimated 4670 oil barrels and 52.000 cubic meter of oil.

The terrorist groups set the fire after a quarrel broke out between their members over sharing stolen oil.

Thus far, the terrorists set fire to 9 oil wells.  

The Syrian Arab Army is fighting foreign-backed terrorists to restore stability and security across the homeland.

The terrorist groups, who are exported from 40 countries, perpetrate heinous crimes against citizens and destroy the country's infrastructure, are funded and supported by Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Britain, France, and the US.


Government Keen to Provide Basic Services to Aleppo – Al-Halqi





DAMASCUS, (ST) - Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi has stressed that the government is keen to provide the main services to the citizens of Aleppo and it is working hard to eliminate the obstacles facing the government's aid convoys to the city center.

In a phone call with the Syrian TV on Friday, al-Halqi said services in Aleppo are relatively acceptable, but not up to the expectations of the government and the people in Aleppo, because of the continuous armed terrorist groups' attacks which target all sectors particularly services like electricity, health and gas supplies.

H. Mustafa




Syrian Christian Communities Celebrate the Easter


DAMASCUS,(ST)_ Christian Communities in Syria that follow the Western (Gregorian)  Calendar  celebrate today ( Sunday)  the Easter, the resurrection of Jesus Christ,  messenger of love and peace,  by holding prayers and Masses in churches and worship places.



Algerian Relief Aid from Algeria to Syria

DAMASCUS COUNTRYSIDE ,(ST)_Food and relief assistance  and medical aid arrived on Saturday at Yabous center on the Syrian-Lebanese border offered by  the Algerian people to the Syrians affected by crimes of the armed terrorist groups.
" The aid is composed of  40 tons of medical and  food  supplies provided by the Algerian Red Crescent Organization to the  Syrian Arab Red Crescent," said the Algerian ambassador in Damascus Saleh Bousha , noting that "some  28 tons of aid arrived on Saturday as the first installment while  the second installment  will be on Monday ".
The ambassador added  that the donated aid is  "symbolic and  comes to express support of  the  Algerian people to the  brotherly Syrian people in this crisis," expressing his wishes that Syria will recover  the  crisis  quickly and remain protected,  land and people.
"The Algerian people and leadership attach great care  to the ongoing events in Syria and support by all possible means finding out  a peaceful solution in  Syria by  Syrian hands under the supervision of the Syrian leadership."
Director General of the SARC organization  Marwan Abdullah said that the Algerian aid will be distributed  by the Syrian RC in places identified as in need, expressing appreciation for the  Algerian support to  the Syrian people under the current crisis.


T. Fateh

Armed Forces Wipe out Scores of Terrorists

PROVINCES, (ST)- Day by day, the armed forces are chasing foreign -backed terrorists wherever they exist nationwide , killing scores of them, shattering their groupings and destroying their equipment.

In Damacus Countryside,units of army bombarded several  hideouts and groupings  in Qara, Ardra, ,Yabroud and al-Nabk ,Adra,Eastern Gouta,Joubar,Shoufiniya and al-Eteiba, wiping out scores of terrorists and demolishing their equipment tools.

Elsewhere, Units of the armed forces inflicted heavy losses upon terrorist groups in a series of operations in Idlib,Deir-ez Zour,Hama,Lattakia and Daraa killing a lot of terrorists a and injuring others.