At least 11 people, mostly civilians, were killed in an attack in central Syria blamed on ISIS, a war monitor said Sunday.
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ISIS “attacked about 75 people on Saturday while they were collecting truffles in the Palmyra area, in the eastern countryside of Homs,” the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The attack killed “10 civilians, including a woman, and a member of the [Syrian] regime forces,” it said, adding that others remain missing.
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