Syrian rebels destroy regime’s military headquarters in Badiyah

Syrian rebels destroy regime’s military headquarters in Badiyah
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Damascus (Syria News) Syrian rebels managed, on Thursday, to destroy a military headquarters belonging to the Syrian regime, in the Syrian Badiya, in the countryside of Damascus.

Qasioun News reported that the rebels destroyed the leadership and communications headquarters of the Syrian regime, located between Umm Remm and Kharbet Sees in the Syrian Badiya, after security forces from Martyr Ahmed Abdo Battalion and Jaish Usud al-Sharqiyah shelled the area using heavy artillery.

Large number of the Syrian government forces were either killed or wounded in the attack, while five military vehicles were destroyed completely, Qasioun News added.

Meanwhile, Russian warplanes carried out air strikes on the vicinity of Be’r al-Mahroutha, Sareyat Jalighm and Khebrat Fakka in the Syrian Badiyah, but no casualties were reported.

It is noteworthy, Syrian rebels managed in the last few days to retake several areas from the regime forces, backed by foreign militias, in the Syrian Badiyah.

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