The above 2 photos show fires and hotspots on 26 May, the day the Syrian Army recaptured the town of Kafr Nabudah from rebels in northwest Hama
The above 2 photos from the day before the rebel capture and the day of the Syrian Army recapture show farmlands burned by Syrian/Russian airstrikes
The above 2 photos show the devastation of wildfires along the north Hama frontline between the Syrian Army and Islamist rebels. Extremely high heat and the bombings and shelling of war have scorched the farmland.
In the above slideshow, a satellite image from June 22 is compared to one from June 25. Constrating the images, destroyed buildings can be see, indicated by red circles. These buildings were destroyed by Russian and Syrian airstrikes, because the buildings were suspected of housing rebel fighters.
In the late hours of May 9 2018, Israel struck an Iranian base in Kisweh, Damascus province and fired artillery and mortars at Syrian Army positions in al-Ba’ath City in Quneitra province. This escalated into a large exchange of rockets and artillery fire. This map shows the provinces where military targets were struck in both countries.
Today the combined Syrian Army units of the Tiger Forces (from the south) and Republican Guard (from the northeast) captured eight more villages from the rebels north of Abu Duhur Airbase. This move has two purposes: to secure the northern perimeter of the base to protect it from counterattacks, and to allow Abu Duhur town to be attacked from three directions.