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Unknown Iranian militia convoy airstrike in Deir ez-Zor. In Raqqa, a civilian was blown up by an anti-personnel mine left by Kurdish militants. This was reported by a military source of the Federal News Agency (FAN) in Syria Ahmad Marzouq.


Briefly about the results of the confrontation

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and allied forces: in Hama and Idlib exchanged blows with jihadists of the Tahrir al-Sham alliance, lost one fortified firing point.


“Islamic State1” (IS1, ISIS1): accused of attacking Kurdish radicals at the checkpoint in Raqqa.


Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham: suspected of killing seven civilians in the south of Aleppo, shelling the positions of the Syrian army in Idlib and in Hama.


Kurdish armed groups: they lost one militant while undermining a checkpoint in Raqqa, are suspected of undermining a pro-Turkish forces car in northern Aleppo.


Syria news January 10 19.30: in Raqqa, a civilian was blown up by a mine of Kurdish militants, an airstrike on an Iranian convoy in Deir ez-Zor

Syria news January 10 19.30: in Raqqa, a civilian was blown up by a mine of Kurdish militants, an airstrike on an Iranian convoy in Deir ez-Zor


Aleppo Province.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), in the area of ​​the settlement of Hanaser al-Salamiya, seven male bodies were discovered. According to a source, all those killed were shepherds from the villages of Abisan and Al-Khafya, who disappeared the day before. Traces of gunshot wounds and stab wounds were found on each. So far, none of the groups has claimed responsibility for the killing of seven people, however, it is worth noting that in recent months the militants of the Tahrir al-Sham alliance sent a significant part of their troops to the south of Aleppo, which attack the peaceful settlements and positions of government forces.


In the city of Al-Bab, a car of the internal security forces of a pro-Turkish militia was blown up with a makeshift device. According to Lebanese news agency Al Nour, no information was received on civilians injured or among the fighters. Most likely, the bomb was planted by Kurdish militants of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).


Deir ez-Zor Province.

According to the Anna News news agency, unknown air forces launched an air strike on an convoy of the pro-Iranian militia “Imam Ali Brigade”, which was heading to its base, leaving the outskirts of the city of Abu Kemal. Information about the victims of the air raid is being specified. So far, neither the United States nor Israel have claimed responsibility for the attack on the convoy. Today, one of the bases of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps was already attacked in the morning by F-35 fighters of the Israeli Air Force. As a result of the attack, eight soldiers were killed on the spot.


Idlib Province.

Fighters of “Jebhat al-Wataniya lil-Tahrir” (aka “National Liberation Front”) announced the destruction of a fortified firing point, from where a unit of the Syrian army fired at militants’ defense lines near the village of Dzhanjanaz.


Syrian Air Force helicopters made another combat mission in the area of ​​the Babila village, where Tahrir al-Sham militants attacked the positions of the Syrian army from anti-tank missile systems, Halab Today reports. Bombs were dropped from helicopters on the fortified areas of the militants. The positions of the radicals were also attacked in the area of ​​the village of Khan as-Subul and near the village of Maar Shurin.


Raqqa Province.

In the north of the province, another civilian was blown up by a mine left in the vicinity of the city by militants of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). According to local sources, a reporter from Al Nour agency said that in the area of ​​Sharkak village, a man stepped on an anti-personnel mine when he returned from work through agricultural land. Note that the number of injured civilians who are weekly blown up by Kurdish shells reaches several dozen.

One SDF fighter was killed in Qadiran village. The gunman was at the checkpoint at the entrance to the village at a time when unidentified men threw a hand grenade there. The SDF internal security forces, which arrived at the site of the bombing, concluded that Islamic State terrorists were behind the attack.


Hama Province.

In the north of the province, Tahrir al-Sham militants also neglected the conditions of a temporary ceasefire and fired heavy machine guns at the positions of the Syrian army in the Khavija village, according to the Halab Today news portal. No information was received on the casualties among the Syrian troops, and government forces returned fire on jihadists in response.

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