Syrian Arab Army’s units on Friday regained control over al-Samaka village in Idleb southeastern countryside after thwarting an attack launched by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists.
SANA’s reporter said that army units operating in Ma`arat al-Nu`man countryside thwarted on Thursday an attack by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and groups affiliated to them in the direction of “al-Tih-Abu Jreif- al-Samaka”.
The army units were re-deployed in the direction of al-Samakeh village after clearing it from terrorists, the reporter added.
The army’s operations are still ongoing in the direction of al-Tih -Abu Jreif until clearing it from the terrorists, the reporter indicated.
Later, the reporter said that army units targeted movements by al-Nusra terrorists and groups affiliated to them who attempted to attack army positions in the direction of Sehyan village in Idleb’s southern countryside.