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Syrian Army uncovers weapon cache in south-east Hama
The Syrian forces have uncovered huge quantities of weapons inside a village in south-east Hama as part of a wider mop-up operation.
The arsenal was hidden in a basement of a building in Tulul al-Humur; a village which had been liberated by the Syrian Army early this year.
The armory include US-made, anti-Tank TOW missiles, ATGMs, PPGs, heavy machineguns, mortar and tank shells, IEDs and various kinds of ammunition.