At least 155 militants surrendered themselves to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the northern part of the Homs Province on Wednesday.
The Syrian government granted amnesty to over 150 militants that had laid down their weapons and applied for pardoning in Homs.
The terrorist attacks that targeted the provincial capitals of Homs and Damascus, Tuesday, were carried out by ISIS, the latter’s media wing announced last night.
A car bomb exploded in the city of Homs on Tuesday and the army destroyed another vehicle rigged with explosives near the Shi’ite Muslim shrine of Sayeda Zeinab, south of Damascus, Syrian state television said.
On Sunday ISIS unleashed a series of attacks on multiple government-held towns in eastern Homs, trying to retake turf it had lost to SAA over the past month.
At least 300 rebels with their families reportedly left al Waer district of Homs city.
The USAF jets have recently targeted the Syrian army convoy which was moving towards the Syria-Iraq border.