Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has knocked Jabhat al-Nusra (an organization banned in Russia) terrorists out of the village of Madaya in southern Idlib, a Rossa Primavera News Agency source in Syria reports on August 16.
During intense missile barage and fierce combat, the Syrian army fought the village of Madaya in the southern part of the Idlib province back, as well as the height located to the west.
To the south, in the north of the Hama province, the army conducted massive artillery and missile strikes against the positions of Abu Muhammad al-Julani’s Takfir gangs in the Kafr Zita, Murek and Al-Syyad villages.
On August 10, the SAA forced terrorists out from several locations in southern Idlib and in northern Hama. The operation of liberating Idlib from Jabhat al-Nusra (an organization banned in Russia) and the so-called moderate opposition militants continues.
A number of settlements in the above-mentioned provinces are still being held by terrorists.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency