BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:15 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continued their large-scale offensive in the eastern part of Deir Ezzor this evening, liberating new areas occupied by the so-called Islamic State (ISIS).

Backed by the Russian Aerospace Forces, the Syrian Arab Army advanced from recently liberated Marat Fouqani to the ISIS-occupied town of Hatlah Al-Fouqani.

According to a military source in Deir Ezzor, the Syrian Arab Army has already liberated more than half of Hatlah Al-Fouqani and several sites surrounding the town.

The source added that the Syrian Army is pushing south in a bid to envelop the Islamic State terrorists inside Deir Ezzor City.

 

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