A group of Assad terrorists was killed in Daraa after their bus was targetted on the way which links the city of Daraa and al-Yadoda

| 18.07,19. 05:12 AM |


Bus of Assad militiamen targeted in Daraa, five killed




A group of Assad terrorists was killed in Daraa after their bus was targetted on the way which links the city of Daraa and al-Yadoda, special sources told Orient News.


At least five Assad officers were killed while many others were injured after IED targetted their bus while they were going home on Tuesday (July 16).


Most of the killed were serving in the Assad Fourth Military Division whose leadership is located in Damascus and sent to Daraa to establish control in the cradle of the Syrian revolution.  


Daraa was handed over to the Assad militiamen without fighting last summer after the local reconciliation leaders struck a deal with the Assad regime. 


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