6 Syrians killed in ISIS leftover landmine in Homs
Last February, 53 citizens were killed in an attack conducted by ISIS in the eastern countryside of Homs.
Six Syrian civilians were reported dead today following an explosion in the Homs countryside.
The explosion was reported to be the result of an anti-tank land mine left behind by ISIS militants, according to SANA.
In February, 53 citizens were killed in an attack conducted by ISIS in the Homs countryside as well.
Last year, 8 civilians were killed and 40 were injured as a result of a landmine explosion in Homs.
Last month, Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) said that the US intends to "form groups of radical Islamists in Syria in order to destabilize the situation and kidnap Russian and Iranian military personnel."
The US base at al-Tanf has been the primary coordination post between Washington and the militants.
This comes shortly after Al Mayadeen's sources reported that the so-called "International Coalition" led by the United States in Syria has transferred a number of ISIS militants from the Industrial Secondary Prison in the city of Al-Hasakah.
The ISIS militants of various foreign nationalities, who amount to about 150, were transferred to the US bases of Al-Shadadi and Al-Omar in the countryside of Deir Ezzor and the Semalka border crossing, on the border with Iraq.
Earlier in March, Ericsson, the Swedish telecom giant, was fined $207 million for violating a deferred prosecution agreement with US authorities by concealing evidence of serious misconduct in Iraq, where the company allegedly bribed ISIS to gain access to a specific transport route between 2011 and 2019.
Last year, Lafarge Cement, the French company that operated in Syria and Iraq, agreed to plead guilty to US federal criminal charges related to the nearly $17 million it paid to fund the terror group ISIS from 2012 to 2014 to keep its plant in Syria going, according to CNBC reported.