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Operation in Idlib is still not launched, maybe because of political games with Turkey, maybe because our side want to complete S-300 transfer to Syria, so not much of news.

 

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Monument to Major General Asapov and Colonel Fedyanin in the area near Deir ez Zor, Syria.

Photo - Oleg Blokhin.

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Russian military police and UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights area.

The construction of a bridge for the subsequent opening of the border crossing between Syria and the Golan Heights, which are under the control of Israel, was started recently.

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Russian soldiers with Syrian patches

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Distribution of humanitarian aid in the province of Damascus.

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Patrolling the demilitarized zone in the Golan Heights.

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The mediation of the Russian military in the negotiations between the Druze and the Bedouins, which resulted in the release of 25 Bedouin women and children under arrest by the Druze.

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Iran launched a rocket attack on terrorists in eastern Syria

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On the night of Monday, Iran launched 6 missiles at terrorist sites that on September 22 committed an act of terrorism in Ahwaz. After the missile strike, also, the IRGC 7 drones bombed the position of terrorists.

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Judging by the photos and videos from the IRIB, Qiam and Zolfaghar missiles were used. Information from the remaining areas under the control of the ISIS in the east of Syria is extremely scarce, but it looks like a attack hit the IS objects in the area of the city of Hadzhin on the eastern bank of the Euphrates. Next there are the positions of the Kurds and the Americans. American sources report that the missiles hit targets about three miles from their military.

 

 

 

UAV used during attack (claimed)

 

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S-300PM2 that participated in Victory parade, was transfered to Syria.

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Very likely to be manned by Russians. PM2 is most advanced version of S-300, and it is not an export version, but systems that were very recently in active service.

 

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Counterattack militants of ISIS in the Euphrates.

   Jihadists drove Kurds from many parts of Deir ez-Zor under the cover of a sandstorm. It did not allow US aviation to operate in full force and cover up ground forces properly. Therefore, mobile units of militants moved freely in large groups. Several SDF fighters were taken prisoner.

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