KURDISH-LED SDF NEARING ISIS-HELD LARGE DAM IN NORTHEASTERN SYRIA

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SDF continued the fourth phase of the anti-ISIS Euphrates Rage Operation in Western Raqqa and deployed forces only 2km away from one of the largest dams in the war-hit country.

The SDF fighters engaged in fierce clashes with ISIS in Western Raqqa and drove the terrorists out of the villages of Al Salhibiyeh Al Qarbi and Al Salhibiyeh Al Sharqi, deploying forces only 2km away from Al Ba’ath Dam that is one of the largest dams in the country.

In the meantime, the Kurdish fighters managed to advance against ISIS in the village of Hamrat Nasri in Eastern countryside of Raqqa.  Relevant reports said on Friday that the SDF managed to capture three more villages, closing off the last supply line of the terrorists to the ISIS-held city of Raqqa in Northeastern Syria.

The SDF engaged in fierce clashes with the ISIS East of Raqqa city and managed to seize control over the villages of Hamra Qanam, Hamra Ablu Yatiyeh and Madar. Field sources confirmed that the last supply line of ISIS terrorists to Raqqa city was cut off after the SDF took control over the village of Hamra Qanam.

The ISIS lost a number of forces in the SDF advances.

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