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Over One Hundred Terrorists Killed in Recent Infighting in Northern Syria



More that 100 militants have been killed in clashes between Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and Syria’s Tahrir Front in Aleppo and Idlib provinces in recent days, field sources reported on Wednesday.

The sources said that Tahrir al-Sham and Syria’s Tahrir Front continued their clashes in the villages of Ajel and al-Sa’adiyeh in Western Aleppo.

In the meantime, the two rival terrorist groups exchanged heavy fire near Tal Aas and its nearby regions in Southern Idlib, the sources added.

Heavy infighting among terrorists in Southern Idlib has cut off a road connecting Khan Sheikhoun and al-Habit regions, the sources went on to say.

They further said that over 100 gunmen have been killed and tens of others wounded in clashes among militants in the province of Aleppo and Idlib since Sunday.

In a relevant development on Monday control over several regions in Northern Syria was exchanged between Syria’s Tahrir Front and Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at following fierce clashes among rival groups in Hama, Idlib and Aleppo provinces.

Syria’s Tahrir front managed to drive Tahrir al-Sham out of the village of Tal Aas, Seida siloes, Seida Power Company building and the village of Um Zeitouneh in Southern Idlib.

Also, Tahrir al-Sham took control of the town of Morek and the key trade passageway of Morek.

The two rival groups also exchanged fire near the villages of Ajel and al-Sa’adiyeh near the town of Dar al-Izzah and in the village of Maklibes in Western Aleppo.

A large number of gunmen were killed on both sides of the clashes.

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