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Syrian Army seizes British-made equipment in southern Syria

The Syrian military seized a large cache of weapons and equipment that was left behind by the Islamist rebels in the Damascus and Al-Quneitra countrysides.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the military seized the weapons and equipment while combing through a number of towns along the provincial border of Al-Quneitra and Damascus.

“The seized weapons included large amounts of weapons , various ammo , a number of stolen vehicles and a British-made fire engine which was used by “White Helmets” group, in addition to a bulldozer and two modern cars entering from the occupied territories as part of the support provided by the Israeli entity to the terrorist groups,” SANA reported.

Below are the photos that were released by SANA on Friday:

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