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Terrorists’ Huge Arms Depot Destroyed in Syrian Army Attack in Quneitra



The Syrian Army’s missile units opened heavy fire at the positions of the Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) in the Southwestern province of Quneitra, destroying completely a large depot of arms and ammunition.

The missile units massively shelled Al-Nusra positions and movements in Masraheh town, destroying a large depot of weapons and ammunitions, a 107mm missile cargo and five military vehicles including two machinegun-equipped trucks.

A number of Al-Nusra terrorists were also killed in the attack.

Last month, the army troops and popular forces repelled terrorists’ offensive in Northern Quneitra, killing and wounding several militants.

The army soldiers and popular forces targeted an 8-member group of terrorists and did not allow them to break through the government forces’ positions in Tal (hill) Sahi site in the town of Khan Arnaba, inflicting an almost 100 percent casualty on the group.

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