BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:40 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) uncovered another large weapons cache that was left behind by the rebel forces in the eastern Qalamoun region of Damascus.

While combing through the eastern Qalamoun region, the Syrian Arab Army uncovered a large weapons cache that belonged to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters that once controlled this vast mountainous area near the Lebanese border.

Among the wide-variety of weapons seized from this cache in the eastern Qalamoun were US-made TOW missiles, heavy machine guns, and a large stockpile of ammunition.

A military report said this weapons cache was specifically uncovered in the Batra Mountains of the eastern Qalamoun region.

As shown below, the Syrian Army uncovered this weapons cache buried in the Batra Mountains this week:

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