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LATAKIA, November 20. /TASS/. Syria’s warplanes have flown 114 sorties and hit 447 terrorist targets since November 15, Syrian army spokesman Brigade General Ali Maihoub said on Friday.
"Since November 15, Syrian warplanes have flown 114 sorties and hit 447 targets in the provinces Damascus, Homs, Hama, Idlib, Aleppo, Dei ez-Zor and Latakia," he said, adding that the targets included two command centers near Douma (a Damascus suburb), munitions, machineguns, artillery shells and mines depots in the towns of Khan esh Sheikh, Bir al-Qasab, Marj Sultan, Kaharasta (Damascus province).
Apart from that, in his words, the Syrian military destroyed two terrorist command centers, cars and armored vehicles in the town of Serekab in the Idlib province, three command centers and four munitions and weapons depots in the cities of Qaryatein, Mheen, Abu Faraj and Khaush in the province of Homs, a convoy of vehicles with machineguns near Shandakhiya Janubiya in the Homs province, command centers, 13 cars and two explosives plants in the town of Havika in the Deir ez-Zor province.