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SAA’s units entered Kafr Hawar village

SAA’s units are reported by the Inside Syria Media Center military correspondents to enter the village of Kafr Hawar after the withdrawal of the militants who had seized it earlier. There is an evidence of transferring the village to the army by a local formation a day before this attack.
Sunni Kafr Hawr (Arabic: كفر حور‎‎; also spelled Kafr Hawar or Kafr Hur) is a Syrian village situated 35 kilometers (22 mi) southwest of Damascus. The village is built into the side of a hill near Mount Hermon, just north of modern-day Hinah, which was an ancient settlement mentioned by Ptolemy as being called Ina. It sits opposite a village called Beitima across a valley through which flows the River ‘Arny.

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