DAMASCUS, Syria, Feb 21 (NNN-SANA) – The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), continued to advance against the Daesh group, in the countryside of the northern province of al-Raqqa, the de-facto capital of the Daesh, a monitor group reported.

Violent clashes are still incessant in the countryside of al-Raqqa between the SDF and the Daesh, coupled with heavy shelling targeting the Daesh positions, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

The UK-based watchdog group said, the SDF has become in control of 12 towns in the eastern countryside of al-Raqqa, since starting its attack in recent months.

The aim of the attack on Daesh in al-Raqqa is to cut off the road between the city and the eastern province of Deir al-Zour, and to completely isolate the city from its countryside, as a prelude to storm al-Raqqa, according to the Observatory, which says, it relies on a network of activists on the ground.

This comes as the Daesh has suffered losses during battles with the Syrian army in the south-eastern countryside of Aleppo province in northern Syria.

The general-command of the Syrian army, said Monday, that, as many as 48 towns and villages have been liberated in Aleppo countryside from the Daesh, since the Syrian army unleashed a wide-scale military campaign on that region last month.

Source: Nam News Network

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DAMASCUS, Syria, Feb 21 (NNN-SANA) - The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), continued to advance against the Daesh group, in the countryside of the northern province of al-Raqqa, the de-facto capital of the Daesh, a monitor group reported.Violent clashes are still incessant in the countryside of al-Raqqa between the...