Russia’s ANNA reports Hama countryside’s battles, Russian strikes, Assad losses
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Russia’s ANNA reports Hama countryside’s battles, Russian strikes, Assad losses

Orient Net
Date: 2019-07-14 10:33
The Russian ANNA TV channel accompanied Assad Tiger militiamen in Hama countryside where the heaviest aerial bombing campaign was conducted to recapture the strategic hill of Hememiat on Friday (July 12).

ANNA posted on its YouTube channel footage of 13 minutes, showing the Russian airstrikes hitting Syrian opposition vehicles and positions near the strategic hill.


Meanwhile,  Grad missiles were launched by the opposition on the assaulting Assad militiamen, killing and injuring a group. 




Hama is within the de-escalation zone deal reached between Russia and Turkey. Assad and Russian militias have largely and daily violated the deal, killing and injuring hundreds of Syrians in Hama countryside’s cities and towns.   


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