HOMS, (SANA) – Rami Khallouf, a law-enforcement officer, was martyred on Monday when an armed terrorist group opened fire on a security patrol located in front of Homs National Hospital.
Engineering units dismantled two explosive devices, each weighting 10 kilograms, planted by terrorists near Homs city.
The two devices are handmade and rigged to explode by remote control. The first was planted on the Homs-Fairouza road, and the second in al-Oras farms area near Homs city.
Also in Homs governorate, the Health Center in al-Qasir area in Homs governorate, with the culprits breaking down the external and internal doors of the building.
Medical sources stated that after the end of the working hours on Thursday, the Center was locked by workers only for them to return on Monday and find the doors broken and all its contents stolen, including medical supplies and equipment and assorted items such as telephones and fans.
The Health Center services al-Qasir area and its villages, in addition to neighboring Lebanese villages.
Terrorists assassinate policeman al-Mustafa in Idleb
An armed terrorist group Monday assassinated policeman Khaled al-Mustafa who works at Idleb Police Leadership when the terrorists shot fires on him at al-Khudra market in Idleb.
SANA reporter said that policeman al-Mustafa was killed by two bullets in the head.
Another armed terrorist group burglarized the Cooperative Bank at Ariha in Idleb.
Body of a child left at deserted house in Idleb found
At Kfar Roma town in Idleb, the body of the 5-year child Mohammad bin Moahmoud al-Hassan, was found Monday left since two days at a deserted house.
SANA reporter said the child's body was covered with straw with clear deformation marks.
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