The Syrian army destroyed a military camp of Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as al-Nusra Front) in the Southern parts of Idlib province on Saturday.
The terrorists’ military camp was destroyed to the West of Oum Hartayn in Southern Idlib.
At least 28 Fatah al-Sham Front terrorists were killed in the Syrian army attack.
Meantime, four military vehicles of the terrorists were also destroyed in the raid.
In a relevant development on Thursday, Russia used ballistic missiles in raids targeting Jaish al-Islam sites in Idlib province.
“Russian forces hit Jeish al-Islam sites using ballistic missiles and the strikes caused a huge blast in locations hit,” sources said.
A local source whose claims can not immediately be verified further said that losses were limited to material damage as no deaths or injuries were reported, adding that the strikes were likely launched from the sea.
Moscow has designated Jeish al-Islam as a terrorist group but the militant group had been involved in UN-led Geneva negotiations on Syria before it dropped out of the talks several months ago.
No official source has confirmed the attack.