Syrian government forces launched an offensive in the Homs and Hama provinces on Sunday, after proclaiming victory in the Eastern Ghouta district on the outskirts of Damascus, according to British NGO Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR).
"#SOHR Shelling by the regime forces target the northern countryside of #Homs and a renewed shelling targets south of #Hama," read the SOHR statement.
Other clashes between government and rebel forces are also taking place in the area of Al Hamirat, Selim, Al Amariya and Quibe al Kurdi, among other locations.
This offensive took place after Syrian armed forces confirmed on Saturday their victory in Eastern Ghouta, the former rebel bastion outside Damascus.
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