More than 20 air strikes targeted two mountains and three villages in the Jabal al Zawiya region and two other villages in the countryside of the Hama province, a war monitor and a civil defence group said.
Regime media report air defence confronted "enemy targets" above the capital and downed most of the missiles before landing. But, a war monitor says the air raid targeted arms depots for Lebanon's Hezbollah group and Iranian forces.
In another attack, rebels and opposition forces killed more than two dozen pro-regime fighters in Al Ateira, a northwestern stronghold of Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Britain-based war monitor says there have been dozens of Russian air strikes in the area over the past 24 hours.
Russia-backed regime troops are aiming to reach the Abu Duhur air base south of Aleppo as part of a weeks-long assault against Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The attack, blamed on Daesh, took place at a check point run by US-backed YPG militants in eastern Deir Ezzor province, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Daesh has managed to oust Syrian regime forces and allied militias from most of Albu Kamal, which lies on the border with Iraq, says the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The Syrian regime had declared victory over Daesh on Thursday, saying it had captured the militants' last urban stronghold in the country.
Britain-based monitoring organisation says the regime shelled besieged Eastern Ghouta district of Damascus, killing seven civilians including two children. It added that retaliatory shelling by rebels later killed three in the centre of the city.
The deadly attack, allegedly carried out by Daesh, came a day after the regime had declared victory over the militant group in the eastern Syrian city.
Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says all Syrian Daesh militants are leaving Raqqa after surrendering the city to the US-backed SDF.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights say civilians, including three children, were fleeing the village of Mahkan, south of Al Mayadeen city.
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