Breaking: Russian Air Force unleashes hell over northern Syria as rebels target Khmeimim airbase with grad missiles

The Russian Air Force unleashed a massive wave of airstrikes across northern Syria this morning, following jihadists attack on Khmeimim airbase in Latakia by grad missiles last evening.
According to a military source, the Russian Air Force is heavily targeting northern Hama and southern Idlib, hitting the positions of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and other jihadist factions in the region.
Among the towns targeted by the Russian Air Force so far are Tall Hawash, Kafr Auwyd and al-maouzrah.
This comes following jihadists belong to “Rouse the Believers” group targeting with grad missiles the Russian airbase of Khmeimim last evening. According to eyewitnesses from the area, air defense systems inside the base were seen launching several missiles against enemy objects and managed to shoot down most of them.
The “Rouse the Believers” coalition includes: the Guardians of Religion Organization, Ansar al-Din Front, Ansar al-Tawhid, and Ansar al-Islam. All of the individual organizations in the group have rejected the Sochi agreement.


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