Homs: ISIL’s Centers Destroyed in Syrian Army Attacks June 15, 2018 War Reports 71 Source: Fars News The Syrian Army Forces pounded ISIL’s movements and strongholds in Eastern Badiyeh (desert) of Homs province, inflicting major losses on the terrorists on Friday. The army soldiers engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL near Humeimeh and T2 Oil Pumping Station in Eastern Badiyeh, killing and wounding a number of terrorists. In the meantime, the army aircraft pounded ISIL’s positions and movements in a region between Homs and Deir Ezzur provinces, destroying several positions and military vehicles and killing or wounding a large number of terrorists. Major General Alexei Tsygankov, the chief of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria said on Wednesday that officers of the Center found an ammo cache in the village of Um-Sharshuh, Homs province. “Thanks to intelligence obtained by the Syrian security agencies, an ammo cache was recovered in the Eastern part of the populated locality of Um-Sharshuh. An anti-tank guided missile, three reactive shaped charge mines, 52 hand anti-tank grenade launchers and over 8,500 pieces of ammunition were handed over to the government forces,” the Russian commander said. Over the past 24 hours, Russian observers registered some ceasefire violations in Aleppo, Deir Ezzur, Lattakia and Dara’a provinces. Syrian field engineers trained by Russian specialists have searched 20 buildings in the town of Douma and Eastern Ghouta and destroyed three mines, four shells and 17 improvised explosive devices. At least 35 mines and 21 improvised explosive devices were found in East Kafr Laha, Homs province.