Militants Agree to Leave Their Last Stronghold North of Syria’s Homs

According to a deal reached between the Syrian government and leaders of radical armed groups, the militants will hand over their weapons to the Syrian Army in 48 hours and turn over control of the territory to government forces, local media reported.

The Syrian government with the support of the Russian Defense Ministry’s Center for Syrian reconciliation has managed to negotiate with the leaders of radical militant groups the pull out their forces from the north of Homs province and south of Hama, Syria’s SANA outlet reported.

The militants also promised to provide maps of the minefields int he area, according to the media agency.

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