According to local media reports, the incident occurred in the town of Deir Adas in the north of the southern province of Deraa, and the device exploded as a truck was passing by carrying peasants who were going to their land to harvest wheat.
Medical sources indicated that five of the nine victims were women, and 17 of the injured were taken to the central hospital in Damascus due to the severity of their injuries.
A similar incident injured three children in the same province on May 22.
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 kills dozens of 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 the return to normalcy.