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Iran’s oil tanker Grace 1, released on Thursday from Gibraltar after being held there for over a month, will head to the Mediterranean Sea under a new name, Adrian Darya, the deputy head of Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization, Jalil Eslami, said on Friday.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Three days ago, the Russian Defense Ministry’s Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria released a statement announcing 10 villages in the Syrian province of Raqqah have signed a reconciliation agreement with the Damascus government.
Adil Abdul-Mahdi, Iraqi Prime Minister and Commander in Chief, banned all sort of flights military or civil of any kind including helicopter and drones in Iraq’s Airspace.
Now it’s the time to look beyond and have a wider look on the field map of southern Idlib and northwest Hama. Latest military situation on the battleground of southern Idlib province is shown in the above map. The Syrian Army, instead of having direct contacts with the militias in cities like Kafr Zita and Latamenah and Morek, decided to advance towards north and most probably to bypass the important city of Khan Shaykhun.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Following the advancements of Syrian Army in southern Idlib province, the areas of Um Zaytuna and Kafr Tab got freed of the militants occupation.
Look at this slogan written on a sign in Habit town, south of Idlib: “Damn democracy” and wrote under it “your Mojahed brothers.”
ISWNews Analysis Group: Israeli company ImageSat Intl. released photos of Hashad Sha’abi(PMU) and Iraqi Police ammo warehouse which was exploded two days ago in south of Baghdad.
ISWNews Analysis Group: A Syrian Army Su22M3 fighter jet was shot down by militants in the southeast of Idlib province; the pilot was also captured.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Yesterday Kremlin stated that there will be a summit between Iran-Russia-Turkey about Syria next month held in Turkey.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Syrian Army liberated Tal Aas, Khirbat Murshid and Muntar in southern Idlib province from terrorists.