The Syrian army entered the strategic town of Maheen in the Central Province of Homs after weeks of fierce clashes with the Takfiri terrorists, Fars News Agency reports.
The Syrian forces began their wide-scale attack at the village of Hawareen after advancing from the recently captured village of Hadath.
The troops reportedly destroyed Islamic State positions at the Sadad-Hawareen checkpoint, and took full control over the checkpoint before advancing inside Hawareen village and finally regained full control over this small village that is located directly North of the Maheen Orchards.
The Syrian army also seized back the al-Dawa region in the city of Palmyra in Homs province.
The Syrian forces launched a large-scale attack on ISIL positions in Al-Dawa, killing over 20 militants and destroying the terrorists’ primary weapons hub in Western Palmyra.
Later, the forces managed to take full control over the Al-Dawa region in Western Palmyra.
The Syrian army recaptured the villages of Umm Zilaylah, Tal Ayyoub and Umm Al-Marra in Aleppo province.
The Syrian army and its allies managed to retake the three villages located North of Jabboul Lake in Aleppo province after they launched a powerful attack on the villages and destroyed ISIS positions.