Syrian Army Drone Strike Kills Commander of Turkish-Backed Group

The Syrian army has increased the number of drone strike its conducting, this time targeting a leader of a Turkish backed faction reports Al-Masdar.

The Syrian army carried out a new drone strike over the Idleb countryside that targeted the commander of a Turkish-backed militant faction. 

According to a field report from the Idleb Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army drone targeted the positions of the so-called Syrian National Army’s 1st Brigade, as they attempted to move across the front-line town of al-Bara’a. 

The report said the drone strike hit the vehicle of the 1st Brigade’s commander, Abu Ahmad, as he was making his way across the front-line town.

The Syrian Arab Army has recently increased their strikes on the Idleb front-lines, as they continue to target the militant movements along this imperative axis in northwestern Syria.

 

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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