Hello and welcome to the 777th installment of the SWD.
Military events/news are listed below by the governorates:
Islamic State’s improvised explosive device destroyed a vehicle of the Syrian Democratic Forces’ Asayîş (Security), killing three elements on the road between Muhramala and Dada Abdala villages.
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham shelled Hmeimim Air Base and its surroundings with Grad rockets. The group’s Ibaa News Agency claimed that three elements of the Russian Armed Forces were allegedly killed and several wounded, as well as a warplane damaged and two military vehicles destroyed. According to the Syrian Arab News Agency, one civilian was killed and four were wounded by the group’s shelling of Bkhadramou village near Jableh.
Russian Ministry of Defense released a statement denying yesterday’s claims by Al-Jabhat al-Wataniya lil-Tahrir (National Liberation Front), which stated that four elements of the Russian Armed Forces were killed by the shelling of Bredij camp.
Approximate situation in northern Hama. Source: Syrian Civil War Map
Unknown gunmen wounded a former commander of the Free Syrian Army’s Jabhat Thuwar Suriya (Syrian Revolutionaries Front), Abu Jafar Mumtana in the village of Mumtana. The commander reportedly joined the Syrian Arab Army after signing a reconciliation agreement with the Syrian government.
Afghan Ministry of Defense didn’t release any reports regarding Afghan National Security Forces’ operations across the country.
Islamic State’s improvised explosive device killed two elements of the Afghan National Police in Chankouri district of Jalalabad.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s (Taliban) improvised explosive device destroyed an Afghan National Security Forces’ vehicle, reportedly killing seven elements in the province.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan overran an Afghan National Security Forces’ Tori Shah checkpoint in Kala Shah area of Maywand district. Seven elements of the Afghan National Security Forces were killed and one was captured in the encounter.
CJTF-OIR announced a change in their publishing policy. Now one strike report will be published each week on Mondays.
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