Islamic battalions attack Syrian government in Latakia; International Coalition establishes its first observation base on Syrian-Turkish border
Field and local news:
On Tuesday, Islamic battalions, which rejected the Russian-Turkish agreement on Northern Syria, announced that they attacked Syrian government forces sites north of Latakia, Western Syria.
On Monday, the International Coalition began establishing its first border observation base near the city of Tal Abyad, 80 kilometers north of al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria, as part of its plan to establish five bases on the Syrian-Turkish border.
On Tuesday, the al-Sharqiya Martyrs commander, called Abu Khawla, said that the reason of the security campaign carried out by the National Army of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) was the Syrian government forces attack in the city of Tadef, Eastern Aleppo.
A military group of the al-Waki family clashed with another group led by a man, called Abu Dujana, and affiliated to the Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement, injuring a civilian, in the city of al-Bab, 38 kilometers east of Aleppo, Northern Syria.
The Jaysh Halab faction killed two Syrian government forces members in the al-Rashidin neighborhood in Aleppo, Northern Syria.
A Syrian government forces rocket shelling hit villages and towns in Southern Idlib, Northern Syria, injuring a child.
As a result of the shelling, the free Education Directorate prolonged the closure of schools in the town of Jarjanaz and its surrounding villages in Southern Idlib, Northern Syria, until tomorrow.
On Monday, people found the body of a field commander in the Nur al-Din al-Zanki Movement of the National Liberation Front in Northern Idlib, Northern Syria.
Former FSA commanders and fighters in the Daraa governorate, Southern Syria, also rejected a request from the Syrian government forces to join them in the governorate Idlib, Northern Syria.
The al-Sanadid forces in the Kurdish Autonomous Administration-controlled areas in the governorate of Hasakah, Northeastern Syria, said that they supported the Syrian Democratic Council efforts to dialogue with the Syrian government in Damascus.
Leishmaniasis infected more than 50 civilians, most of them women, in the villages of Albukamal area, which is controlled by the Syrian government forces, Eastern Deir al-Zor, Eastern Syria.
A landmine left behind the Islamic State (IS) exploded in the city of al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria, injuring three children.
The Syrian government canceled the second distribution of fuel allocated to each family in the city of Hama, Central Syria, after delivering only 100 liters in the first distribution.
Robbery gangs spread the city of Hama, Central Syria, near the Syrian government forces checkpoints, which neglect them and do not take any security measures.
Political and international news:
On Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan said that the UN envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, will participate in the upcoming international meeting on Syria in the Kazakh capital of Astana.
The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, said that they will focus on completing the formation of the constitutional committee of Syria during the Astana talks that is scheduled on next Wednesday and Thursday.
The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said that he will completely remove the remnants of the IS in months.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia denied the news of the presence of its military forces in Northeastern Syria, after the news media reported that Arab Gulf forces participate in field battles against the IS.