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As part of its most recent hegemony aspirations in greater Idlib, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) has started a political power conflict against some of the most prominent local councils in the region.
On August 24th, The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) launched an offensive on the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions south the Euphrates river in the Easter Raqqa countryside, managing to retake control of Al-'Athsanah, Al-Muqlah, Salim Al-Hamad, Al-Buhamad and Al-Huwiyajiah as well as the two major towns of Ghanim Ali and Zawr Shammar.
The ISIS-Affiliated Jaish Khalid ibn al-Waleed group changed their leadership after suspected US-led coalition airstrikes killed their leader, Abu Tim Enkhl, appointed as emir on the 28th of June
ocuments published on the 21th of August revealed details of the ceasefire agreed upon by the opposition group Faylaq al-Rahman and Russia during talks in Cairo, Egypt.
Opposition members of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) announced on the morning of the 17th of August that17 opposition groups will merge under the name ''Division 63'' in Quneitra province.
On the 17th of August, unidentified aircraft (rumored to be of the US-led coalition) forces bombed areas held by an ISIS-affiliated organisation, called Jaish Khalid ibn al-Waleed, operating in the ''Yarmouk Basin'' area in western Daraa province