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Saturday, March 25, 2017

ISIS update 3/25/2017.. New round of Syria peace talks begins in Geneva

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New round of Syria peace talks begins in Geneva




SAA continues pushing back Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham' militants in the vicinity of Hama




VKS attacked targets NATO mercenaries in Hama province



SAA restored control over Kawkab town in Hama province.




The Syrian Arab Army reflects the attack of terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra in the village of Camana in the Northern province of Hama.



The terrorists claim that the planes of the Russian air force working for the Northern province of Hama.




The Kurds and their allies fighting the terrorists of ISIS to the West of the village of al-Karama, in the province of Raqqa.






Kurdish Forces Reach Al-Tabaqa Dam in Raqqa





The predominantly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), fighting the ISIL within the framework of the Euphrates Rage Operation, reached al-Tabaqa dam and won control of several villages.



Jeihan Sheikh Ahmad, the Euphrates Rage Operation spokesman, said that the SDF forces arrived in the strategic dam after heavy clashes with the ISIL militants in the Western parts of Raqqa.



They continued to advance in the region and gained control of 8 villages and a large number of farms in the Western coasts of the Euphrates river after killing and wounding tens of ISIL terrorists.



Other sources also reported that the SDF forces have started offensives against the ISIL in al-Tabaqa city.



Meantime, Talal Salou, the SDF forces' spokesman, said that the army forces can also join the operations to liberate Raqqa.



On Friday, the SDF had managed to take control of three villages.



The Kurdish forces engaged in clashes with the ISIL terrorists in Abu Khashab region, and gained control of Moshirefeh al-Shahanat, al-Qasaneh and Farsat Abu Ismail in Eastern Raqqa.



Meantime, the SDF forces besieged one of the most important ISIL bases in al-Karameh town.



Also, on the third day of the military operations to liberate al-Tabaqa dam (Euphrates dam), the SDF continued advances and won control of a large area of lands.



According to local sources, they were advancing towards al-Tabaqa town from the South-West and North-East on Friday.







Turkey Sends New Military Equipment to Euphrates Shield Operation Forces in Syria





The Turkish army dispatched new weapons and military equipment to the Ankara-backed Euphrates Shield Operation militants in the town of Azaz in Northern Aleppo.



The Kurdish-language website, Hawar news, reported on Saturday that the Turkish army has sent a large number of military equipment, including tens of armored vehicles and heavy and light weapons, to its forces in Azaz.



According to the report, the equipment was sent via Bab al-Salamah border crossing in Azaz.



Hawar news had reported on Thursday that a number of ISIL members have joined the Turkey-backed militants of the Euphrates Shield Operation.



The Kurdish website released images of ISIL Emir Mostafa Abi, nom de guerre Abu Ayesheh, along with two of his comrades in Homs province, and reported that he is now a member of al-Mo'tasem Bellah group.



According to Hawar news, the other two ISIL militants seen in the image are now members of Jeish al-Izzah terrorist group.



Meantime, the news website released an image of militants in ISIL uniforms standing among the Euphrates Shield Operation forces.



Hawar news had reported earlier this month that the Turkish Army troops are forcing Arab citizens in Northern Syria to join the Euphrates Shield Operation militants, killing those who do not obey.



It added that the Turkish army killed four civilians in the villages of Kari Sabi town in Northern Syria after they refused to join the Euphrates Shield Operation forces.



Hawar new went on to say that the Turkish soldiers further left the body of the killed Syrian civilians at the border region between Rojava and Bakour in Syria's Kurdistan.



The news website added that the Turkish army intended to send the four killed civilians via border to Rojava but it faced tough opposition by the civilians.



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