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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

ISIS update 2/08/2017..CIA director to visit Turkey on Thursday

Race to al-Bab update

ISIS besieged in al-Bab as terrorist group comes under intense fire

Government Forces Physically Cut Off Last ISIS Supply Line To Al-Bab

Syrian Army Inches Closer to ISIL-Held Al-Bab in Eastern Aleppo

Syrian army troops continued their advances against ISIL in Eastern Aleppo and came closer to the strategic town of al-Bab.

The army men engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL in the village of Ma'eizileh and managed to take control over the village.

The army soldiers had seized control over al-Hawareh hill and al-Majbal region earlier.

In the meantime, the army troops targeted ISIL's positions in Southeastern Aleppo, and also engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL in Jabal (mount) al-Shabith East of the town of Khanasser.

On Tuesday, the army soldiers clashed with ISIL to the South of al-Bab, pushing them back from the region of al-Majbal and al-Hawareh hills West of the newly-liberated al-Oweishiyeh hills

The army men also fended off ISIL's attack with bomb-laden suicide vehicles on the government forces' positions in the village of al-Oweishiyeh.

According to army reports, ISIL suffered heavy casualties in al-Bab battlefields.

The army soldiers engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL after liberating the town of al-Oweishiyeh and managed to take control of the al-Oweishiyeh hill Southeast of al-Bab, deploying forces in the nearest positions to the terrorist-held town.

A military source said meantime that with these advances the army men won control over terrorists' movement from Tadif to the town and to Abu Jabar Kabir in the Eastern part of Aleppo province, deploying in nearest distance to the town of al-Bab and the first defense line of the terrorists in Tadif.

Turkish M60T Tank Hitting ISIS Positions in Al Bab

CIA director to visit Turkey on Thursday

ISIS faces assaults on its Syrian strongholds

Syrian War Report – February 8, 2017: US Air Force Increases Airstrikes Against ISIS

Russian Military briefing on the situation in Syria | February 7th 2017

Syrian army targets vehicle for rebels with roadside bomb in Deraa countryside

Civilians suffer from ongoing fighting in northern Raqqa

Syrian army troops control areas east of Homs Alhtanih

SAA establishes control over new areas in Damascus countrsyside.

Russian UAV Forpost in the Syrian sky.

Syria rejects Amnesty’s report of mass jail hanging

Assad: I will step aside if voted out of power

Syria: Gov't Troops Inch Closer to Lifting Deir Ezzur Airbase Siege

The Syrian army backed by the Russian air force continued its advances in the Southern part of Deir Ezzur province and managed to seize control of vast areas in the region.

"Russian long-range aircraft played an important role in undermining the combat capability and demoralization of Daesh [ISIL] troops in the area of ​​the city of Deir Ezzur. Tu-22M3 aircraft conducted 36 sorties, during which 34 terrorist facilities were destroyed," Lt. Gen. Sergei Rudskoi, chief of the Russian General Staff Main Operational Directorate, said, adding that "with the active support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, the garrison of government troops in the besieged city of Deir Ezzur has significantly improved its position".

The ISIL terrorists drove a wedge along the government-controlled regions mid-January after capturing Deir Ezzur's cemetery and the road connecting the city to the airbase. 14,000 ISIL terrorists launched a massive attack on army positions South of Deir Ezzur city, cutting off the strategic road connecting the city to a military airport.

After several rounds of heavy offensives against the Syrian Army positions that all failed, 14,000 ISIL militants and tens of suicide attackers and bomb-laden vehicles, managed to advance against government forces on the road connecting Deir Ezzur airbase to the city, dividing army-controlled regions in Deir Ezzur into two parts.

Military sources disclosed that the ISIL's current round of attacks is the heaviest and largest operation the terrorist group has ever conducted in Deir Ezzur city and its military airport.

According to reports, the ISIL has gathered a large number of its forces from Raqqa, Deir Ezzur countryside and even from Mosul in Iraq to take part in the offensive. The ISIL also has a large number of suicide attackers and bomb-laden vehicles involved in the offensive in Deir Ezzur.

Then, Syrian Army troops, backed up by the Syrian and Russian air force, started to hit ISIL's positions hard in the outskirts of Deir Ezzur to remove terrorists' siege on the city's military airport, managing to recapture several regions between the Deir Ezzur airbase and the city.

Syrian army units backed by aerial support have recaptured more areas in strategic al-Ma'amel region and in the surrounding areas of security brigade, as the military operations come closer to breaking the Deir Ezzur military airport siege.

Russia begun an aerial operation against the terrorists in Syria since September 2015 at Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's request.

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ISIL's Top Commanders Killed in Syrian Airstrikes in Deir Ezzur

Syria: Gov't Troops Inch Closer to Lifting Deir Ezzur Airbase Siege

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Syrian Army Preempts ISIL's Attack on Airbase South of Deir Ezzur

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Syria: ISIL Withdraws from More Strategic Positions in Eastern Homs

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