Armed rebels burn a number of mills located in Al-Khaldia neighborhood and clash with the Syrian Army in Karm Al-Zeitoun and Al-Nazheen neighborhoods.
Surgical equipments are seized in a house, located in Al-Soltania neighborhood, used by armed rebels and gunmen hiding nearby the house get arrested.
A factory to produce explosion devices and a repository of fertilizers are found in Baba Amr neighborhood.
Armed rebels attack a farm located in Al-Soultania area of Homs resulting in the death of a whole family known for its support to the government.
Ahmad Farzat gets arrested and pro-government activists say that he is dissident Captain from the Syrian Army.
Insurgents try to attack Al-Zahraa neighborhood and clash with the security force.
Armed militias attack security checkpoints located in Bab Tadmour neighborhood and Om Sharshouh village for the second time in a week.
Shells are fired on Al-Zahraa neighborhood and news on causalities; activists assure hearing calls for jihad coming from mosques in the city.
Abbul Rahman Sabouh, a player of the national and Al-Karama teams, is killed; anti-government and pro-government activists are exchanging accusations about his death.
Pro-government activists talk about the evacuation of tens of families, known for their loyalty to the government, in Al-Ksair area.
Evening anti-government gatherings occur in Al-Kossour, Jourat Al-Shayah and Daer Ba’alba neighborhoods; Ahmad Abd Al-Bakie’s funeral takes place in Bab Draib neighborhood and turns into an anti-government gathering.
The so-called “Tansikiat Homs” Facebook page posts 5 names of people proclaimed to be killed by the security force.
11 mines placed by radical Islamic gunmen between Al-Mastouma village and the entrance of Edlib city get dismantled; 7 explosion devices placed in between Ehsim and Al-Bara areas, located in Al-Zaweya Mountain of Edlib countryside, also get dismantled.
Insurgents try to attack a security checkpoint located nearby Abo Al-Dhour airport which result in the death of 7 of them and the arrest of 11 others.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent gives the bodies of American journalist Marie Colvin and French journalist and photographer Remy Ohleyk in the Assad University Hospital to the representatives of the Polish and the French embassies in Damascus.