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Syrian troops foil Militant plot to lay mines on Aid Route: Military

Syrian troops foil Militant plot to lay mines on Aid Route: Military

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 26 Oct 2019, 07:26 am

Moscow/ Sputnik/UNI: Syrian government forces killed a militant sabotage group that tried to lay mines on a road in western Hama province used by humanitarian convoys, the Russian Defense Ministry said Friday.

"Syrian government forces liquidated a militant sabotage group north of the town of Morek who wanted to mine a road used to transport food and relief aid," Maj. Gen. Alexei Bakin said in a statement.


Additionally, militants from the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham terror group (banned in Russia) were repelled when they tried to overrun government troop positions near the northwestern town of Kabanah in Latakia province.  

Syrian troops foil Militant plot to lay mines on Aid Route: Military

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