Syria: Russia Today (RT) correspondent visits the battlefield of Darayya (Daraya). Of course, while the Russian-American deal on Syria’s chemical weapons has hopefully prevented a US-led military strike on the Arab country and while it seems that the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad will comply with the proposal and four-stage plan by Moscow to put its chemical weapons arsenals [Continue reading…]
Syria: Army’s Day – Assad inspects troops. The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has not only stated that he is absolutely convinced about the victory of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) over the foreign-backed terrorists and Al-Qaeda-linked groups on Syrian soil on the Army’s Day of the Arab nation, but the Syrian President has also visited the town of Daraya, which [Continue reading…]
Syrian army units have eliminated terrorists in the city of Homs. After the battles between troops of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) and the foreign-supported terrorists and jihadists in the western areas of the Syrian city of Homs, a number of terrorists have again left Syrian soil forever – with a one-way ticket. The Syrian army units have helped these [Continue reading…]
Several units of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) have successfully eliminated dozens of armed terrorists in the area of the strategically important town of Adra that is located near to the Syrian capital, Damascus. The Syrian town of Adra is located on a route that has been used by the foreign-backed terrorists to smuggle arms, ammunition, and military equipment into [Continue reading…]
The Syrian journalist Ibrahim Issa, one of the correspondents of Russia Today (RT) who are working on site in Syria for the Russian channel Russia Today, was wounded in a suburb of the Syrian capital while he was filming a special operation by the Syrian Arab army (SAA).
A while ago someone wrote here in the Blog, as the matter of the tunnels (I think it was in Harasta at that time) arose in Syria: Come off it! The soil would be rocky or stony, and thus, it is inconceivable that somebody is digging some tunnels around Damascus or in general in Syria.
The news, which arrive from the Syrian town of al-Qusayr (Al-Qusair / Al-Kusair), draw the image of a heavy defeat of the rebel gangs and, if this persist in this sense, from a material change of the situation on the course of the entire Syrian-Lebanese border.
Several units of the Syrian Arab army have performed some organized series of so-called mop-up operations in and near the Western city of Homs. These cleaning operations by the Syrian army were a success yesterday.