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Breaking: Terrorist attacks knocks major gas pipeline out of service in Syria

Published 2019-07-14 13:30:06 by News Desk in Syria

BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:20 P.M.) – A terrorist attack targeted one of the most important gas pipelines in Syria this afternoon, a source from the Syrian military told Al-MasdarNews. According to the source, the terrorist attack struck the Al-Sha’er and Ibla gas factories, knocking them out of service. The source added that the likely culprit for this attack is the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) because they maintain a presence in the mountains near Al-Sha’er. Previously, the Islamic State controlled the Al-Sha’er Gas Fields; however, a big Syrian Army counter-offensive put an end to the terrorist group’s occupation of this site in 2017…. Read on ->

Tags: Homs, Syria

Russia confirms military convoy came under attack in southern Syria

Published 2019-07-14 11:19:25 by News Desk in Syria

Militants in Syria’s Daraa province carried out a bomb attack on the route of Russian Armed Forces’ military police patrol on Saturday, Maj. Gen. Alexey Bakin, head of the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation, said. There were no casualties among the Russian troops as a result of the attack, he added. “A remote-controlled improvised explosive device exploded on July 13, 2019, on the route of patrols of military police of the Russian Armed Forces in the province of Daraa of the Syrian Arab Republic,” Bakin said at a briefing. The attack comes a day after another incident when Russian air… Read on ->

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Tags: Russia, Syria

ISIS oil minister killed in eastern Syria

Published 2019-07-14 11:06:38 by News Desk in Syria

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:45 A.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) oil minister was killed in eastern Syria this week after the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) carried out a joint operation with the U.S.-led Coalition. According to a statement from the SDF, their troops managed to kill Thabit Sobhi Fahd Al-Ahmad while conducting an operation inside the Deir Ezzor Governorate. Thabit Sobhi Fahad Al-Ahmad was one of the highest-ranking Islamic State commanders in the Deir Ezzor Governorate. He was responsible for the sale and smuggling of oil from the previously ISIS-occupied areas in Syria and Iraq. Al-Ahmad was also considered one of… Read on ->

Tags: ISIS, Syria

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