The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Saturday, November 12, 2016 that Syrian forces recovered all the areas lost during the last attack of the opposition factions to break the siege on the areas east of Aleppo.
The observatory said Syrian troops “backed Lebanese Hezbollah militants, loyalists of the nationalities of Syria, a blanket of air strikes and missile and artillery intensified” managed to regain suburb of al-Assad and the Mnaan area outside the city.
Thus the Syrian forces “regained all the lost territories” in the attack and opposition factions, including Fatah al-Sham front to try to break the siege imposed on the eastern neighbourhoods of Aleppo them since July.
The blockade cut off supplies to last through the revival of the opposition and a lack of food and fuel.
The factions tried repeatedly to break the siege imposed for more than three months and managed it for a short period in August, but was unable to enter aid to the region since July.
The Observatory also recorded the deaths of more than 450 people of combatants and civilians since the launch of the latest factions battle to try to break the siege on October 28.
Among the dead were 215 fighters opposed to Syria, some of them foreigners carried out suicide attacks, and 143 component of the Syrian forces.
According to the observatory, about 100 civilians have also been killed, mostly in the west of Aleppo areas of the government, including 29 children were killed by grenades fired by factions.
Russia announced that raids in Syria since more than a year in support of the regime forces, the truce several times by one of the Syrian forces halted the fighting on the ground to allow the opposition fighters and civilians to leave Aleppo. But of those who left were few as through many doubts about the passages that have been identified as routes safe to get out of the city.
Moscow said on Thursday that it has introduced more than 100 thousand tons of humanitarian aid to Aleppo over the past few months, regardless of the humanitarian truce.
Syrian army launched on 22 September, a major offensive, to take control of the whole of Aleppo, the former economic capital of Syria, and which constitute a great bet for the Syrian regime and the opposition in a conflict that has killed more than 300 people dead since it began in 2011.