Hello and welcome to the 735th installment of the SWD.
Military events/news are listed below by the governorates:
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham released a former element of Ahrar al-Sham and activist, Maher Abidu, after he was arrested / kidnapped on the 31st of January from his home in the city of Kafr Nabl (Kafranbel) in southern Idlib. Abidu was arrested due to his repeated criticism of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham.
Gif showing Syrian Democratic Forces’ advances against the Islamic State in southern Al-Baghouz. Source: Peter Bucci
Unknown gunmen killed a former element of the Free Syrian Army’s Jaysh al-Ashair in the city of Al-Sanamayn. The element was reportedly a volunteer in National Defense Forces after signing a reconciliation agreement with the Syrian government.
Seven elements of the Afghan Local Police surrendered to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (Taliban) in Bori, Arkalik, Zyaratgah, and Chichakto areas of Qaysar district.
Afghan National Security Forces reportedly killed 18 elements of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, as well as destroyed two vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices in Andar and Qarabagh districts, according to the Afghan Ministry of Defense.
Afghan National Security Forces killed eight and wounded 11 elements of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in Shah Joy district.
Afghan National Security Forces killed two and wounded two elements of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in Jerashk district.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s snipers killed four elements of the Afghan National Security Forces in Marjah and Jerashk districts.
Afghan National Security Forces killed nine and wounded six elements of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in Shah Wali Kot district.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan attacked an Afghan National Security Forces’ convoy in Tor Kotal area of Shah Wali Kot district, reportedly killing and wounding eight elements.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s improvised explosive device destroyed an Afghan National Security Forces’ armored personnel carrier in Sara Sakhar area of Shah Wali Kot district.
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