The Syrian army found pile-ups of unidentified corpses in mass graves and a network of tunnels used by the terrorists in the old city of Homs to travel to different parts of the city, the Arabic-language Al-Ahd news website reported.
Meantime, the last group of militants, who declined to surrender to the Syrian army in the Old City of Homs, arrived in Al-Dar Al-Kabir according to an agreement signed between the UN and the Syrian government’s reconciliation committee.
Homs is Syria’s third largest city after the capital, Damascus, and Aleppo, The establishment of the city dates back to 3,000 BC and it contains many historical sites.
The Syrian army advanced in different parts of the Old City of Homs after the foreign-backed militants withdrew from there.
The army took the city on Thursday after the Militants began leaving the Old City of Homs Wednesday morning under the supervision of the UN delegation and the Syrian government’s reconciliation committee.
Homs governor, the UN delegation and the reconciliation committee were in charge of the supervision room to monitor the implementation of Homs deal. The roads leading to besieged Nubbol and Zahraa towns have been opened to pave the way for the entry of aid.
The latest reports said residents of the city are now returning to their homes.