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Syrian Govt Forces Progress in Aleppo City from Nov. 17, 2016 to Dec. 2, 2016

…from SouthFront

  • On November 17, Syrian government forces attacked Aqrab;
  • On November 20, the Syrian army and Hezbollah took control of the most part of Aqrab, seized Tal Zuhur, a number of points in Hanano Neighborhood and Old Sheikh Najjar Industrial area;
  • On November 21, Government forces are in control of about 90% of Aqrab
  • On November 22, government forces are in contol of al-Assad neighborhood, 1070 Apartment Project, Aqrab and Hikma;
  • On November 28, the army took control of Inzarat, Haydariyah, Ayn at-Tal, Ba’edin, Hellok, Jabal Badro, Sakhur and surrounded Sheikh Kheder. At the same day, Sheikh kheder was liberated;
  • On November 29, government forces are advancing in the neighborhoods of Turbet Lala and Tareeq al-Bab;
  • On November 30, government forces took control over Sheikh Sa’eed, the Sadcop Fuel Depot, the Ma’saraniyah Youth Housing;
  • On December 1, government forces continued attacks against militants in Karam al-Jazmati, Karam al-Tarab, Amiriyah and Sikarry and in Bustan al-Qasr;
  • On December 2, the Syrian army and its allies withdrew from Sheikh Saeed. Later this day, government forces took over a half of Al-Myassar Jazmati.
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