Syrian forces took control of a village in the southwest of the country


BEIRUT: On Sunday, Syrian government forces took control of a village in Quneitra province, their first progress against insurgents in the district abutting the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights since propelling a noteworthy hostile in the southwest, a war monitor reported.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said: “The village of Mashara, about 11 km (7 miles), from the Golan frontier was caught after substantial shelling.”

In addition, Government forces likewise shelled the town of Al-Haara in neighboring Daraa region, it said. The government, upheld by the Russian military, has caught the majority of Daraa territory in the hostile that started in June.

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