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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

ISIS update 1/24/2017..Anti-Syria groups warn against failure of Astana peace talks

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The Syrian Arab Army is fighting the terrorists of ISIS around Deir ez-Zor.

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Syrian Army Inches Closer to Turkish Troops near Al-Bab

Syrian Army troops continued their advances against ISIL terrorists in Eastern Aleppo and approached the positions of the Turkish soldiers and Ankara-backed militants that are fighting the ISIL in the town of al-Bab.

The army soldiers hit heavy strikes at ISIL's positions near the town of al-Bab and seized control over the towns of Tal Rahl, Um al-Amd, Serbes, al-Hesamiyeh and Deir Hanta in the Eastern territories of Aleppo province on Tuesday.

The army men also advanced against terrorists in the town of al-Sha'aleh.

The army troops have now significantly decreased their distance from the positions of the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield Operation.

Turkey has sustained great loss and casualties in the fight against ISIL in al-Bab and has failed to strike a victory over the terrorist group.

A Russian expert said earlier today that the Turkish army is expected to ask Damascus to assist the Euphrates Shield Operation forces to overcome ISIL in the town of Al-Bab after sustaining a large number of casualties and frequent defeats in the battle against the terrorist group.

The Arabic-language website of Russia's Sputnik news agency in a Tuesday report quoted Constantin Troyetsiev, an expert in Islamic-Arabic Research Center in Moscow, as saying that the Turkish forces are likely to request the Syrian government for ground and air back up in the war against the ISIL in the town of al-Bab.

ISIL took control of the town of Salfaniyeh, some 6 km away from al-Bab, after the Turkish army and Ankara-backed militant groups were driven back from the town in the weekend.

The Turkish media blamed the country's Air Force for the defeat in Salfaniyeh, claiming that Turkish fighter jets have failed to render effective back-up for the ground troops.

SAA position. Local clashes Aleppo province. Khanasser. (Hanser)

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Iraq: Army Wins Back More Regions in Northern Mosul

The Iraqi military forces continued to advance in Nineveh province and won back more lands North of the city of Mosul.

"The forces of Brigade 71 of the Iraqi Army's Division 15 and Brigade 73 of Iraq's Ninth Armored Division managed to seize back the dairy factory, villages of Ba'awireh, lower and upper Sharikhan, Bisan to the North of Mosul," Commander of the Nineveh Military Operation Abdel Amir Rashid Yarallah said.

He noted that the ISIL sustained heavy losses and casualties in the operation.

Meantime, Iraqi volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) spokesman Ahmad al-Assadi disclosed that the Iraqi forces are preparing for massive military assault in a move to restore security to Tikrit-Mosul road.

"The Hashd al-Shaabi forces managed to destroy two bomb-laden military vehicles that intended to block the Iraqi forces' advances in the Tikrit-Mosul military operation," al-Assadi said.

He also said that the Hashd al-Shaabi has liberated the villages of Jaber Hoveyda, Hendi, Admaneh, Fayyaz al-Salaj alongside the Tikrit-Mosul road.

In a relevant development earlier on Tuesday, the Iraqi forces regained full control over the Eastern part of Mosul by pushing back the ISIL terrorists, the Iraqi Defense Ministry said.

The operation to liberate Mosul, in the Northern Iraqi province of Nineveh, from ISIL began last October.

Iraqi troops have made advances in the Eastern part of the city and secured the left bank of the Tigris River while the right bank remains under control of terrorists.

The Iraqi army reached the Eastern bank of the river overlooking the ISIL positions on the opposite side earlier this month.

"The Armed forces have managed to entirely liberate the left coast of the city of Mosul and all is left is the official announcement of the Commander in Chief of the armed forces," the ministry said in a statement.


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