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Aleppo: Armed Forces inflict heavy losses on terrorists
In Aleppo, Syrian armed forces carried out qualitative operations against terrorists hide-outs inflicting heavy human and material losses on them. More follows Terrorists launched two mortar bombs targeting Mar Michail and Monastery of Nuns in al-Aziziya neighbourhood  in Aleppo causing material damage to the two buildings.
The armed forces confronted terrorists who tried to attack al-Midan Police Station in Aleppo, killing tens of them.
In the same context, the armed forces targeted the bases and hideouts of the armed terrorist groups in Bustan al-Basha area, inflicting heavy losses upon them.
The armed forces killed tens of terrorists in Qastal Harami area.
An armed forces' unit confronted an armed terrorist group which was trying to enter Aleppo from al-Ba'aydeen area, inflicting heavy losses upon its members.
A unit from the armed forces eliminated a group of terrorists in al-Maysar area. Engineering units dismantled a number of explosive devices planted by the armed terrorist groups in the local market in Saif al-Dawla area.
Clashes erupted among terrorists in Saif al-Dawleh area after many fled for fear of the armed forces, leaving their weapons behind.  The armed forces raided a basement in Saif al-Dawleh neighborhood and discovered a field hospital inside with medicine and medical equipment, oxygen cylinders and breathing devices stolen from public and private hospitals.
An armed forces' unit also destroyed three Doshka equipped cars with the terrorists inside near al-Ansari Mosque in Saif al-Dawla neighborhood.
The armed forces also repelled terrorists who attacked law-enforcement members in Hanano barrack in Aleppo, killing and injuring many terrorists.
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Sat 2012-09-08  |  07:56:40   
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