Over 60 ISIL militants, including several non - Syrians, were killed after their attempts to prevail the government forces ' defense lines in Deir Ezzur were thwarted by the Syrian Army. The Syrian Army fended off the ISIL attacks in Deir Ezzur airbase in the last 48 hours, which ended in the killing of many terrorists, including foreign nationals. The Syrian Armed Forces killed over 60 ISIL terroristsin the last 48 hours at the Deir Ezzur Military Airport, and forced the ISIL to retreat from al-Alam Farms (launching point for their attack). Terrorists from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Pakistan, and Chechnya were among the ISIL killed members in Deir Ezzur airbase. The Syrian Armed Forces are now in full control of the Deir Ezzur Military Airport’s Southern perimeter after recapturing the al-Alam Farms. Also The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the Kurdish “People’s Protection Units” (YPG) continued to advance against the ISIL militants in the Northern part of Raqqa province and seized control over two more key villages. The Kurdish fighters pushed the ISIL terrorists back form their strongholds and recaptured the villages of Shamandour fifty kilometers from West of Kazouran mountain and Beir Haba'a both near Tal Abyadh. The ISIL left behind scores of the dead or wounded members and fled the battlefield. A report said on Friday that the recent victories of the Kurdish fighters forced the ISIL terrorists to call on their commanders for reinforcement troops in the Northern part of Raqqa near the border with Turkey. "The ISIL militants, who have been defeated by the Kurdish fighters in several battles in the recent week, have not been able to regroup and have begged for fresh forces from the other provinces to deploy them in the Northern part of Raqqa near the small town of Sulouk," the sources said.