The explosion of a device placed by the Daesh group extremists in the city of Deir Ezzor, capital of the eastern province of the same name, caused the death of two minors while a young man was injured, the national agency SANA reported.
Four other infantrymen suffered shrapnel injuries from a similar explosion in the town of Tibet Iman in central Hama province.
According to local authorities and the media, seven civilians, including two children and a woman, were killed by the explosion of three mines in various Syrian towns during the last week.
The radicals placed bombs and mines in the streets, houses and agricultural land in an attempt to stop the advance of the Syrian army, and the explosion of these devices cause dozens of fatalities among the displaced civilians who return to their homes.
The Syrian Army, with the support of Russia and other friendly nations, is carrying out search and demining tasks in the liberated areas in order to ensure a return to normality.