Battles And Bombardments Continue - Warplane Shot Down Over Homs
26 September 2014
By Markaz Kavkaz
Sources in Syria are reporting about new wave of bombardments. Aircraft of US,
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have again bombed oil refineries controlled by the Ad
Dawla al-Islamiyya/Islamic State (IS).
Deir ez-Zor and nearby oil fields were subjected to the most intense attacks.
Information sources of NGO SHNR reports about dead and wounded, including
In turn, the Local Coordination Committees of Syria (LCCSyria) reported that the
US and its Arab satellites inflicted airstrikes on IS-controlled former 93rd
military base on the outskirts of Raqqa, Ayn Isa.
According to unconfirmed reports, which are distributed in social networks,
during bombardments, a Saudi warplane was exploded in the air over the city of
According to Al-Arabiya, US warplanes have also carried out a massive missile
and bomb attacks on places of dislocation of the Jabhat an-Nusra/Victory Front
(VF). Details are not provided.
Meanwhile, battles are continued between Syrian Mujahideen and troops of Assad
regime, as their activity increased significantly in the background of American
bombardments. So during the fightings around Homs, Assadites used aviation.
Mujahideen managed to shoot down one of the attack planes.
Sham News Network (SNN) reported that a fighter aircraft MiG-23 has been was
shot down near Shayrat air base in Homs.
Fightings are continuing between the IS and the Kurdish armed groups on the
border with Turkey.
The most violent clashes took place near the border area of Suruc in Turkish
Sanliurfa Province, as well as in the village of Siftek, which is located on the
outskirts of Ain al-Arab (Kobani).
It is reported that IS, which is using heavy artillery, was able to capture some
of the positions of the Kurdish groups.