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Syrian Army wins another chunk of Aleppo-Lattakia highway

The Syrian army took a wide stride in seizing back control over the Aleppo-Lattakia highway and is now very close to the town of al-Salma, Fars News Agency reports.

The Syrian troops won control of another 12 kilometers along the Aleppo-Lattakia highway after capturing al-Zawik mountain in the Southwestern parts of the province of Aleppo.

The army units are now very close to Salma town as they have pushed back Takfiri terrorists from more areas in the region.

Earlier today, the Syrian army and popular defense groups earned control over a key height in the Northeastern countryside of Lattakia on Monday, while military sources said most of the terrorists killed in the clashes were Afghan nationals.

The Syrian army won back the height 1154, South of Kabana village after killing a large group of terrorists, a military source said.

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