The Syrian army said it fully liberated on Saturday the city of Sukhneh, the last Islamic State (IS) stronghold in Homs province.
The Syrian Army released footage on Sunday (August 13) of the barren streets of al-Sukhna, northeast of the ancient city of Palmyra, following the withdrawal of Islamic State soldiers.
These gains enable further advances into eastern areas held by Islamic State (ISIS), including the province of Deir al-Zor, where the circle around jihadists is slowly forming as the government forces are pushing from their positions in southern parts of Raqqa province.
The radicals have lost swathes of Syrian territory to separate campaigns being waged by government forces backed by Russian Federation and Iran, and by the US-backed Syrian Democratic (SDF) Forces, which is dominated by the Kurdish YPG militia. The SDF is now focused on capturing Raqqa city from Islamic State.
At the moment, ISIS controls almost entire Deir al-Zor, while the Syrian government holds a small enclave in Deir al-Zor city, and a nearby military base. The Syrian government still controls a pocket of territory in Deir Al Zor city, and a nearby military base.
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Separately, Press TV's Syria correspondent Mohamad Ali reported from the northwestern city of Suwayda that the army had managed to reach the border with Jordan for the first time since 2011, when militancy began in Syria.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the seven volunteers had all been killed by bullets to the head.
"Two minibuses, some white helmets and walkie-talkies were stolen".
"We need to understand that unlike previous operations, where the Syrian army liberated certain areas, in most of the cases they were like a military garrison that held out against terrorists and rebels".
Their detractors, including President Bashar Al Assad's government and his ally Russian Federation, accuse them of being tools of their global donors.