The FSA managed to block attempts of the Assad forces, who were trying to advance in the Eastern Ghouta fronts, amidst heavy aerial shelling. Meanwhile, heavy battles broke out in rural Sweida, and warplanes shelled Al-Bukamal, in concurrence with an IED explosion instigated by Daesh on HTS HQ in Idlib, and battles between Daesh and the Assad forces in eastern rural Homs, resulting in significant losses for the regime.
In Damascus and rural Damascus, the FSA blocked the Assad forces’ attempt to try and advance on the fronts of Ain Tarma and Zamalka in Eastern Ghouta, amidst heavy aerial shelling by the Russian airforce. Similar battles broke out on the fronts of the Jobar neighborhood, which resulted in significant losses for the regime. A woman and her child were killed and dozens injured as a result of the regime’s heavy artillery shelling on Douma in Eastern Ghouta.
Assad’s warplanes aldo shelled dozens of airstrikes using interstitial missiles on the outskirts of the Lebanese town of “Irsal” and the outskirts of “Fuleita” and “Qarra” in Western Qalamoon.
In Sweida, heavy clashes broke out between the FSA and the Assad forces on the fronts of the Mahroutha area , amidst heavy aerial shelling on the areas of conflict.
Moving on to Idlib, 13 HTS fighters were killed and 15 others injured, as a result of a suicide bombing that targeted their HQ near the textile factory in the outskirts of Idlib city.
In Lattakia, 8 FSA fighters were killed, as a result of being targeted by the Assad forces with a guided missile , on the fronts of Jabal Al-Turkmen.
In Homs, Daesh declared that it destroyed two tanks and killing two fighters from the regime, after shelling them with guided missiles near Al-Ark station in the rural east.
In Aleppo, two children were killed and others injured as a result of a cluster bomb explosion, left behind from a previous aerial shelling by the Russian airforce in the town of Kafrbseen in the rural north.
Lastly, in southern Dara’a, Assad forces violated the ceasefire which included neighborhoods of liberated Dara’a, by shelling them with heavy artillery missiles and Shilka machine guns. Meanwhile, the town of western Ghariyah was subjected to heavy shelling with missile launchers in the rural east.