The Syrian army continues advances in West Raqqa. The Daesh airforce (sorry, US airforce) has shoot a Syrian plane, giving the official excuse that it has attacked SDF. The Iran has shot a lot of missiles at Daesh targets in Deir Ezzor governorate. It is claimed that the targets have some connection with the recent terror attacks in Iran. There have been several reports, I would say not yet confirmed, about some quite large advance of the Syrian army or its allies toward the T2 pumping station. Claims say that it is in visual range. That would mean that the Syrian army has now entered the Deir Ezzor governorate from the South. The claims what really has been reached are quite uncertain. The only map I have seen looks not very plausible: Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! If the map would be true, it would mean that the Syrian army has taken a quite important point, Humaymah, in complete silence. Which makes it implausible, but not impossible, because there has been a similar silence before establishing the connection to the Iraq border. PS: Rasafa has been taken by the Syrian army: Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! This is the key junction in this region, and the aim of the offensive toward East in Raqqa without caring about the thin connections. There is, North of Rasafa, another junction which would be useful to take, Shuwayhan, we will see who takes it, but it is less important, and matters only if one would like to go to Raqqa directly. With Rasafa secured (from the US), they can care now about the direct connection to Itriyah. There has started now some advance from Itriyah toward Raqqa, some hill taken.