PressTV-Army, allies kill many Takfiris in eastern Syria

At least a dozen Daesh terrorists were killed in the Maqabir district of the provincial capital city of Dayr al-Zawr, located 450 kilometers northeast of the capital, Damascus, on Monday as Syrian troops and fighters from allied popular defense groups launched an offensive in the area, Syria’s official news agency SANA reported.
Syrian army units also managed to lay siege to separate groups of Takfiri militants in the al-Ma’amel and Soriyeh Juneid regions, killing dozens of the terrorists in heavy clashes that ensued.
Considerable amounts of military hardware and munitions were destroyed in the Syrian army operations as well.
Moreover, Syrian military aircraft bombarded a Daesh command center close to the Albu Awad Mosque in the town of Al-Muhasan, located along the Euphrates River, killing 12 terrorists. There were four high-ranking militant commanders among the slain extremists.

Source: PressTV-Army, allies kill many Takfiris in eastern Syria

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