“Syrian Army units, tipped off by intelligence agents, stormed a column of terrorists’ vehicles carrying arms and fresh forces near the village of Ein al-Hossein in al-Nasr region, inflicting heavy damage on the vehicles,” the sources said.




“The convoy was on its way towards Northeastern Homs,” the sources said.


“A number of terrorists accompanying the cargo were killed and wounded in the attack,” they added.


Reports said on Monday that Syrian Army soldiers struck the terrorist groups’ positions and sites in at least seven regions in Northern Homs, leaving scores of militants dead or wounded.


Terrorists’ strongholds on the Southwestern side of Jabal Khanzir, al-Dabour, al-Deik, Kafr Laha, Tal Thahab, Abu al-Anz farms and Um Sahrij came under massive attacks by the Syrian soldiers.


In the meantime, Syrian fighter jets pounded the positions of Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in Ezzeddeen, al-Farhaniyeh and Deir Foul in Northern Homs, leaving scores of terrorists dead, including two commanders and destroying several machinegun-equipped and armored vehicles.


Also, the Syrian fighter jets bombed ISIL’s centers in al-Talila and to the Northeast of the silos in Palmyra region, destroying a number of vehicles and killing scores of terrorists.