Opposition fighters thwart Assad militiamen's attack in Idlib countryside
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Opposition fighters thwart Assad militiamen's attack in Idlib countryside

Orient Net
Date: 2019-11-15 10:32
Several Assad regime's militiamen were killed and injured in Idlib countryside on Friday (November 15), Orient correspondent said.

Allied opposition fighters in the National Front for Liberation (NFL) thwarted on Friday all regime’s incursion attempts on Tell Dam battlefronts, killing and injuring Assad militiamen.

NFL fighters destroyed on Thursday a BMP vehicle, using anti-tank missiles at the Kafridon battlefront in Idlib countryside, the group said on its social media outlets.

NFL posted a video on Thursday showing targeting Assad militiamen in Jurin camp in Hama countryside.

Assad and Iranian militias and Russian airstrikes continuously target opposition-held areas in Idlib countryside, causing civilian causalities.

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