BEIRUT – Syrian activists and state media say insurgent teams are combating again, making an attempt to retake territory misplaced to authorities forces this week of their stronghold within the nation’s northwest.
Syria state al-Ikhbariya TV says troops foiled rebel assaults on Friday on Kfar Nabudah village, taken three days earlier as authorities forces pushed into the southern fringe of the insurgent enclave.
However the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the insurgents, led by al-Qaida-linked Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, superior into the village, sparking intense clashes and a wave of presidency airstrikes.
The newest wave of combating started on April 30. It is probably the most critical problem to a cease-fire brokered by Russia and Turkey final September and has set off a wave of displacement contained in the insurgent stronghold, residence to three million individuals.