The Syrian Air Force and Syrian Arab Army units continued targeting terrorist organizations on Wednesday, destroying a position for al - Nusra Front(Qaeda branch in the Levant) leaders in Daraa province and killing many terrorists in Aleppo, Homs, and Hama.DaraaAn army unit destroyed a center for al - Nusra leaders in al - Hammadin area in Daraa al - Mahatta in the southern city of Daraa. A military source explained to SANA that an army unit directly hit fortified positions of al - Nusra terrorists in al - Hammadin area, which resulted in destroying a center for leaders within the organization, leaving all those inside it dead or injured. Among those killed are Suffian Moawieh al - Abssi, Ahmad Moawieh al - Abssi and Samer Ahmad al - Taane. Earlier on Tuesday, army units foiled an attack launched by groups affiliated to al - Nusra on a military post in Daraa al - Mahata and destroyed two machinegun - equipped vehicles in the eastern countryside of Daraa province.AleppoThe Syrian Air Force targeted positions and gatherings of terrorists from al - Nusra and other organizations that violated the cessation of hostilities agreement in southern Aleppo. The air strikes hit targets in Banes village, Hidiyeh and al - Eis hills and ICARDA area, according to the military source. The strikes resulted in the destruction of several positions and vehicles equipped with various types of machineguns and others loaded with arms and ammunition, in addition to eliminating gatherings of terrorists.HomsThe Syrian Air Force destroyed vehicles, some of them equipped with machineguns, for ISIL terrorist organization south of al - Bardeh village, located near al - Qaryatain city in the southeastern countryside of Homs province. A number of ISIL terrorists also were killed in the air strikes.Hama A military source told SANA that the Syrian Air Force launched sorties targeting the dens and gatherings of terrorist groups affiliated to al-Nusra in Kafar Naboda town and Attshan village in Hama countryside, killing many terrorists and destroying their equipment and vehicles.