Syria's official news agency SANA, citing its correspondent, reported on Monday that the government’s fighter jets had pounded positions held by remnants of the Daesh outfit in near al-Kra’a, Beir Qinyan and Sneim Gharaz towns deep into Sweida’s desert areas.
The report added that “scores of terrorists” had been killed in the airstrikes and many others were wounded and their vehicles and ammunition were destroyed as a result of the raids, Presstv Reported.
Syria troops defeated Daesh late last year but the terror group's remnants have been trying to regroup and have mounted a series of hit-and run attacks.
Additionally on Monday, Syrian fighter jets pounded positions held by Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists and those of its affiliated outfits Hama’s northern areas. SANA’s reporter in the province said that army units conducted bombardments against dens and supply routes of terrorists in the villages of Zaizoun, al-Ziyara, al-Zakat, al-Arba’ain and al-Janabra in the northern countryside.
The correspondent added that several of terrorists’ positions had been destroyed in the bombardments, and a number of them had also been killed.