Fighters with the so-called Islamic State have recaptured the Syrian town of Khanasser, according to Syrian radio.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers, reporting from Homs, said the reported fall of the town comes "only a week" since the Syrian army supposedly secured it.
Syrian radio saying ISIS have retaken Khanasser on key Govt supply route to Aleppo. Only a week since Syrian army supposedly secured it.
IS fighters originally captured Khanasser on 23 February.
Syrian journalist Humam speaks to ITV News, shining a light on life for those still living within the country's devastated borders.
Despite the ceasefire, ITV News has witnessed airstrikes around Homs and seen shelling in Damascus.
An 86-year-old woman with a broken leg was able to get medical treatment as a result of what is at best a shaky truce.