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SyriaInfo May 15
Map updates of the current military situation on the fronts of northern Hama and the Latakia mountains since the sunrise on 16.05 HD Hama map: HD Latakia map:
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @syria_map
Military events of the past 24 hours: - SAA Tiger Forces captured the three villages that make up al-Huwayz: Huwayz al-Huriyah, Huwayz Fawqani, and Huwayz Tahtani. - Rebel factions attempted to retake al-Huwayz and failed.
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- Clashes continue on the Maydan Ghazal / Kirkat frontline. SAA should start advancing in mountainous areas soon - Heavy shelling all over the Ghab plain, the Shashabo mountain, and Kabani.
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @syria_map
Map updates: - Corrected locations of the small villages al-Arimah - Shir Maghar - Jub Sulayman on the Shashabo mountain and the Turkish observation post in the area.
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @syria_map
- The description of Khan Shaykhun as “discussing surrender” was removed. The city has been bombed on numerous occasions and there is no longer news about any reconciliation process - that doesn’t mean the city won’t surrender like QalaatAlMudiq if the SAA reaches it eventually.
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @syria_map
- Added the Syrian Republican Guard under the SAA on the legend. They were present in the Shariah airport near al-Mujahirin. “Palestinian militias” are also present in the al-Huwayz area, but it is unknown which specific group - if anyone has more information please message me.
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @syria_map
- More names of villages and hills were added to the Latakia map in the interest of accuracy and completion. We will continue this process in the coming days.
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @obretix
- A location with the presence of a Russian mortar team near Jabal Fark was denoted on the map, which was located by the esteemed .
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @syria_map
- The name “Kabanah” on the map was corrected to “Kabani” - despite being a more accurate romanization of the village’s name, it is more logical to use the popular rendition.
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shrekmemelover May 15
Replying to @syria_map
Why arab city names are always different on maps? For example deir-ez-zor, dayr-al-zawr, deir-al-zur
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SyriaInfo May 15
Replying to @shrekmemelover
Different interpretations of Arabic letters. The sounds don't match perfectly with the sounds of the Latin alphabet so there is no correct way to do it.
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