120 militants have laid down their arms in Syria, reports

A Syrian soldier stands near an army helmet decorated with the Syrian flag in the Jab al-Jandali district of the central city of Homs on May 7, 2014 after Syrian government forces regained control of the city. The evacuation of rebel-held ts of Syria's Homs began today under an unprecedented deal which hands back control to the government weeks before the controversial June 3 election expected to return President Bashar al-Assad to office. AFP PHOTO/STR
In the Syrian province of Homs, 120 militants from the settlement of Rastan and the city of Talbis laid down their arms in the framework of the program of national reconciliation, the Syrian national agency SANA reported on Wednesday.

“The affairs of 120 people from the settlement of Rastan and the city of Talbis in the north of the province (Homs) are settled,” the agency writes.