The Syrian Air Force has targeted Jeish al-Fatah’s largest arms and ammunition depot in Aleppo province, Fars News Agency reported on Saturday.

The Syrian fighter jets were informed by the country’s intelligence service about the location of the arms depot in Madajen al-Kiyali near the village of Tal Hadieh Southwest of Aleppo, an army officer said.

They managed to destroy the arms depot completely, he said.

He also noted that scores of terrorists who were inside and near the arms depot were killed during the airstrike.

The Syrian Army forces and Hezbollah fighters also engaged in heavy clashes with Jeish al-fatah terrorists in the Southern districts of Aleppo city, retaking more lands form the retreating militants.

An another development, the Syrian forces stormed terrorists’ centers located Southwest of Sheikh Saeed, gaining more ground in this flank.

“The Army soldiers and their allies attacked Jeish al-Fatah's defense lines and pushed the militants back from their positions in the Northwestern flank of Sheikh Saeed, killing or wounding a number of terrorists after hours of clashes,” FNA reported.

Government fighter jets also targeted terrorist centers in al-Rashedeen 4 and 5.

Syrian troops pounded terrorists’ defense lines in Aqareb neighborhood in Southwestern Aleppo.

Russian fighter jets also attacked Fatah al-Sham Front’s base on Firday, killing at least 53 militants.