Opposition negotiators in the countryside of Homs and Hama said a new cease-fire deal was reached on Wednesday which will include the opening of humanitarian corridors after two weeks of escalating clashes.
Syrian activists published on social media a copy of the deal between the Russian delegation and senior rebel commanders in the besieged countryside of Homs.
The rebel-held northern countryside of Homs has endured to heavy aerial and ground bombardment despite the implementation of the de-escalation zone deal.
The Russians have also agreed to pressure the Syrian government to release 12,000 detainees, including women and children, from northern Homs.
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