Latest Updates on Syria, 21 November 2021 (Map Update)
ISWNews Analysis Group: On the morning of November 20, an SDF member was killed and two others were injured by an IED blast at the entrance to the town of Hajin.
On November 20, Turkish-backed militants fired a guided missile at a Syrian Army bulldozer on the outskirts of Mare.
– On November 20, Turkish troops began initial operations to establish a military post near the town of Saraqib in eastern Idlib province.
– On November 18, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (Jabhat al-Nusra) forces raided the town of Kafr Takharim in western Idlib province and arrested four Turkish-backed militants.
On November 20, for the first time since 2018, the Nassib crossing on the Syrian-Jordanian border was targeted by a terrorist explosion. No casualties were reported.
4- Deir Ezzor:
– On the morning of November 20, an SDF member was killed and two others were injured by an IED blast at the entrance to the town of Hajin.
– On November 19, the protesters blocked the Russian military police convoy passing on the Abu Khasab-Salehiyah road.
– On November 21, Russian helicopters flew over the area around Deir Ezzor city.
– On November 21, a Syrian Army vehicle was damaged by a roadside bomb on the outskirts of Ma’dan town, on the eastern outskirts of Raqqah.
– On November 20, Turkish-backed militants targeted SDF positions north of Raqqah with artillery.
– On November 21, Kurdish militants targeted positions of Turkish-backed militants on the outskirts of Tal Abyad.
– On November 21, the US coalition forces were spotted patrolling near the Malekiyah town in northeast of Hasakah province.
– On November 21, two SDF members were killed by an explosive device in the east of Hasakah.
7- On November 20, a British Air Force Boeing RC-135 intelligence-gathering aircraft was spotted over western Syria.
8- On November 21, the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria announced that the militants had violated the ceasefire 6 times in the Idlib region, of which 5 were in Aleppo province and 1 was in Latakia province.