The blasts, one from a car bomb and another from a suicide attack, hit on the Zahra district at the center of town, said the Britain- Observatory, which tracks the battle through a network of contacts on the floor.
It was the second major strike in the town since a ceasefire deal took effect earlier this month, paving the method for the authorities to take on the final rebel-controlled region of Homs.
Twin blasts on Dec. 12, additionally in Zahra, killed at least 16 individuals. Islamic State claimed responsibility for this attack, saying a suicide car bomb had detonated.
Beneath the Homs ceasefire deal, at least 700 insurgent combatants and members of the families left the final rebel-controlled region of town, al Waer district. The United Nations presided over execution of the offer.