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After almost a year under Daesh control, the City of Palmyra which hosted some ancient ruins of a civilization that the west wants to completely erase from map, is finally liberated by the Syrian Arab Army with the help from a Russian fighter jet, one of few jet fighters complementing the Russian S-400 missile shield that is still protecting Syria.
Erdogan has found a workaround to Putin’s tactical nuke warning by sending more Daesh militants into Kurdish towns inside Syria instead of the regular Turkish government troops, as earlier planned together with Saudi Arabia.
The Daesh ISIS terror enterprise is on the brink of bankruptcy, according to Associated Press though New York Times last February 16th.
According to these mainstream sources, the bankruptcy is brought about by “coalition airstrikes and other measures that have eroded millions from their finances since last fall.”
Over 80 were killed and almost 200 severely wounded when a car bomb exploded near a busy school street inside Syria during rush hour.
After the car bomb exploded, two men wearing explosive belts detonated themselves as crowds gathered after the first explosion.
Yesterday was a very bad day for Daesh terrorists in Syria as the Syrian Army continues to recover more villages in Aleppo and Lattakia provinces from Daesh terrorists. In one account, at least 300 terrorists were decimated near the border with Turkey.