Syrian War Daily – 22nd of June 2019

Hello and welcome to the 828th installment of the SWD.

Military events/news are listed below by the governorates:

Aleppo:

Vehicle-borne improvised explosive device wounded 12 civilians and three elements of the Free Syrian Army’s Ahrar al-Sharqiya in the city of Al-Rai. Similarly, a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device wounded four civilians in the city of Jarabulus.

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Approximate situation in northern Aleppo. Source: Syrian Civil War Map

Raqqa:

Left over Islamic State’s improvised explosive device killed one and wounded three civilians in the village of Shanan, east of Raqqa city.

Al-Hasakah:

Left over Islamic State’s improvised explosive device wounded two civilians near the village of Al-Aliya in southern Al-Hasakah.

Idlib:

Syrian Arab Air Force conducted air raids over Maarat al-Numaan, Khan Sheikhun, Al-Habit, Hayish, Kafr Sajnah, Al-Naqir, and several other areas in the governorate. According to the Syrian Civil Defense (The White Helmets), at least six civilians were killed and several were wounded by the air raids.

Hayat Tahrir al-Sham arrested a media activist and member of Hama Media Office, Maan Bakour, from his home in Ariha. Bakour was arrested on unknown charges, and the group also seized his mobile phone and motorcycle.

Daraa:

Unknown gunmen wounded three elements of the Syrian Arab Army at a checkpoint in the city of Dael.

Unknown gunmen attempted to assassinate and wounded Mohammed Asawuda in the city of Nawa. Asawuda is a reconciliation coordinator with the Syrian government and even met Russian military personnel several times.

Al-Suwayda:

Unknown gunmen kidnapped a civilian in the village of Rima al-Lahaf, west of Al-Suwayda city.

Afghanistan

Faryab Province:

Afghan National Security Forces killed four elements of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (Taliban) in Gurziwan district.

Badakhshan Province:

Five elements of the Afghan National Army defected to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in Fayzabad district.

Kunar Province:

Afghan National Security Forces killed four and arrested 14 elements of the Islamic State in Nurgal district.

Maidan Wardak Province:

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan launched a large-scale operation against the Afghan National Security Forces, reportedly seizing 11 posts in Jalrez district. Ten elements of the Afghan National Security Forces were killed and four were wounded, as well as three armored vehicles and two supply trucks destroyed in the encounters. According to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s Al-Emarah News, 40 villages were secured with this operation.

Ghazni Province:

Afghan National Security Forces reportedly killed 14 elements of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in Deh Yak district.

Kandahar Province:

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s snipers killed four and wounded three elements of the Afghan National Security Forces in Arghandab district.

CJTF-OIR:

CJTF-OIR announced a change in their publishing policy. Now one strike report will be published each week on Mondays.

Amaq Agency:

Other:

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