A picture taken on August 3, 2017 shows vehicles driving past a roadsign that says "Talbiseh" in the eponymous central Syrian rebel-held town, north of Homs, along the highway between the capital Damascus and the central city of Homs.
A ceasefire between government forces and rebels went into effect in part of central Syria on August 3, 2017 after Russia struck a deal with the opposition on a safe zone in the northern parts of Homs province. 
The truce is the third to be established in Syria, which has been ravaged by six years of civil war that have left more than 300,000 people dead. / AFP PHOTO / MAHMOUD TAHA
Vehicles drive along the highway between the Syrian capital Damascus and the central city of Homs. Russian and Syrian government jets bombed two hospitals in the opposition held town of Al Rastan in tShow more

Syrian forces move to retake countryside north of Homs