Fierce clashes broke out between two terrorist groups in Northern Homs, inflicting heavy casualties on both waring sides, local activists reported on Friday.

The sources said that the infighting, which erupted in the town of Talbiseh between the Liwa al-Tawheed affiliated to the Free Syrian Army and Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board), left scores of militants dead, including two senior commanders.

The regions controlled by militants in Northern Homs have recently been included in the de-escalation zones agreement brokered by Russia, Iran and Turkey.

In relevant developments on the province on Thursday, the Syrian Army’s artillery and missile unis shelled heavily the positions of the terrorist groups after the latter breached de-escalation zones truce agreement by targeting the pro-government forces’ positions in Northwestern Homs.

The terrorist groups’ missile units deployed in Northern Homs targeted the villages of Merimin and Qurmus, violating the de-escalation zones truce agreement.

The artillery and missile unis of the army opened retaliatory fire at the terrorists’ concentration and gathering centers in the villages of Kafr Laha and Taldou in al-Houleh region, inflicting several casualties on them.

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