The Syrian army has retaken the strategic town of Khanasser after a brief incursion by so-called Islamic State, according to sources.
Syrian radio reported on Sunday that Islamic State militants had recaptured the town, which lies on a key government supply route to Aleppo, just a week after the Syrian army had supposedly secured it.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers, who has been reporting from Homs, tweeted that the town had been retaken by regime forces, although said that the road to Aleppo was still not secure.
Source tells us Khanasser retaken by army after brief ISIS incursion. Road to Aleppo still not completely secure though.
Khanasser lies about 31 miles south-east of Aleppo.
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