Syria, December 10th. A large Kurdistan Workers Party arms depot was found in southern Turkey, Tarkhir al-Sham captured ISIS1 terrorists in Idlib, and Kurdish militants fired at Afrin. This was reported by a military source of the Federal News Agency (FAN) in Syria Ahmad Marzouq.

Briefly about the results of the confrontation:

Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Allied Forces: attacked militants in Aleppo and Idlib.

Turkish army and allied forces: discovered a large weapons warehouse of Kurdish terrorists in Turkey.

Islamic State1 (IS1, ISIS): allegedly attacked the Iraqi army near Baghdad, killed three SDF militants in Deir ez-Zor.

“Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham”: fired at government troops in the north of Hama, captured two “sleeping cells” of ISIS in Idlib.

Kurdish armed groups: suffered losses in a mine bomb in Khasak, fired in Afrin.

Kurdish militants operating in the north of Syria fired from the heavy artillery city of Afrin in the north of Aleppo province. This was reported by a news source on Twitter (@AleppoAMC). Recall that the north of Aleppo is controlled by pro-Turkish formations that are fighting Kurdish armed radicals in the region.

Meanwhile, in the south of Aleppo, SAA artillery attacked terrorist positions in the area of ​​the city of Jazray. This was reported by a pro-Turkish Twitter source (@huseyinbozan).

Deir ez-Zor Province.

The Islamic State terrorist group (banned in the Russian Federation) announced a successful attack on pro-American militants during raids by the US coalition in Deir ez-Zor. A Twitter source (@ jacksanders1965) reports that ISIS terrorists shot and killed three SDF militants in Al Buseira; during the raid, coalition forces captured three IS militants and destroyed another.

Idlib Province.

Government forces attacked Tahrir al-Sham’s terrorist positions in the area of ​​Khish in Idlib, a Turkish Twitter source (@huseyinbozan) said.

Meanwhile, Tahrir al-Sham terrorists in Idlib said they had captured two “sleeping cells” of the Islamic State terrorist group. According to a source (@OGNreports), one underground group was captured in Musaibin and the other on the outskirts of Idlib.

Raqqa Province.

A news source on Twitter (@ alkhbour21) reports an attack on Kurdish militants in northern Syria. Unknowns burned military equipment (probably “technical vehicles”) belonging to Kurdish militants in the city of Raqqa, in the At-Tanah region.

Hama Province.

Terrorists affiliated with the Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham coalition launched a missile strike against government positions in northern Hama. Halab Today Channel reports on the shelling of the SAA in the area of ​​the camp “Jurin”. Information on casualties among the military is not provided.

Hasakah Province.

A member of the Kurdish militants blew up a mine in the area of ​​Tell Tamr in the province of Hasakah. This is reported by a news source on Twitter (@ alkhabour21).

Meanwhile, law enforcement agencies in Turkey discovered a large weapons warehouse of terrorists from the Kurdistan Workers Party, who collaborated with Syrian Kurdish militants in northern Syria. According to a Turkish news source on Twitter (@ XXVII27_), during an operation conducted in the city of Diyarbakir (located about 100 km from the Syrian border), about 20 terror suspects were detained.

During the search, more than 70 kg of explosives, detonators, three AK-47 assault rifles, an RPG-7 grenade launcher and 100 shells for it, as well as other small arms, were discovered at the warehouse.


Mass protests continue in Iraq, which have not subsided for several weeks. According to a monitoring source on Twitter (@no_itsmyturn), the chief of police in Karbala, one of the main centers of protest, introduced the highest level of preparedness for all police and military units in the city.

Six Iraqi troops were injured in a terrorist attack on a military unit near Baghdad Airport. According to the Iraqi agency Al Sumaria News, the unknown fired four rockets into the territory of the Iraqi army camp. The attack is associated with the activities of the “sleeping cells” of ISIS in Iraq.