Air strikes were once again carried out in Southern Syria where Syrian regime is being pressed by the Russians to take control.
It is said that at least a dozen of the rebels have so far been killed in the air strikes.
The strikes focused on the Nawa, the last town under rebel control in the southern province of Darra.
However, it is yet to be ascertained as to who carried out the strikes even as the suspicion from the western sources is on the either Russians or even the regime forces.
Regime forces has so far made tremendous headway as they gain control of the most of Darrra province,, that borders Jordan.
Heavy air strikes also pounded a southwestern corner of the province controlled by the Islamic State jihadist group.>