ISIS terrorists occupy two sites in Homs eastern countryside
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ISIS terrorists occupy two sites in Homs eastern countryside

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Orient Net
Date: 2017-05-02 08:40
ISIS terrorists controlled Monday (May 1) two Assad terrorists’ ‎sites in ‎Jib al-Jarrah in the Homs eastern countryside after conducting a surprise attack which left heavy losses among the regime’s terrorists and the Shia allied militiamen.‎

‎ISIS terrorists conducted a sudden swift ‎attack on Assad terrorists’ locations in Makser al-‎Hesan in Homs eastern countryside, ‎killing and injuring many of the regime’s ‎terrorists. The extremists used guided missiles in destroying an Assad minesweeper and a machine gun, Orient News correspondent said.

On its side, ISIS-affiliated Amaq said that 6 Assad terrorists were killed on Monday and 15 were seriously injured after their attack was repelled by ISIS near the Assad garrison of al-Tleila to the east of Palmyra.‎


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