In the west of the adjacent province of Daraa, Russian air raids killed one civilian near the village of Al-Aliya, it said.
But a western part of the province, as well as most of adjacent Quneitra, still escape his control.
They say the intensity of the bombardment has forced rebels in many towns to sign surrender deals that offer safe passage to those who want to move to other opposition areas after handing over their weapons, while enlisting those who stay into the military.
It comes after a week of heavy artillery shelling and air strikes from Syrian and Russian forces on Nawa, according to the United Kingdom based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
The Prime Minister wants Iran out of Syria altogether, but if that is perhaps asking too much, then Netanyahu still believes Russian Federation could be willing to push Iran far away from the Israeli-Syria frontier on the Golan Heights.
Besieged for three years by rebels and HTS, the Shiite-majority towns had become a rallying cry for the government and Iran, another key regime ally.
HTS jihadists are not included in a ceasefire between regime and rebels in Daraa announced earlier this month, which has allowed the regime to retake control of more than 90 percent of the province.
The deal, confirmed in its general outlines by a monitoring group and opposition activists in Quneitra, will put the Syrian government face-to-face with Israel along most of its frontier for the first time since 2011, when an uprising against President Bashar Assad's rule swept through Syria. Insurgents affiliated with the Islamic State group also hold a sliver of territory on the southern tip of the region.
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It even brokered a deal this week to evacuate thousands of besieged people from a pair of pro-regime towns in northwest Syria.
Rebels still hold a strip straddling Deraa and Quneitra provinces which adjoins the occupied Golan Heights.
The Lebanese channel al-Mayadeen, which is close to Damascus reported that the Syrian army is moving to the area from tel Mashara.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was prepared to "increase the force of our attacks" if Palestinians did not stop launching kites and balloons carrying containers of burning fuel and explosive devices over the Gaza-Israel border.
The Observatory said 180 civilians have been killed in fighting in the region since June 19. A live broadcast on Facebook from a Syrian state television reporter showed buses on what he said was the outskirts of Deraa city, accompanied by Russian military police and Syrian Arab Red Crescent vehicles.
The patients, Israeli medical officials said, were not the walking wounded of the seven-year-old Syrian civil war but children with chronic health problems coming across the frontier for a day's treatment in a hospital in northern Israel.
Asked whether ongoing tension along the Gaza-Israel border fence might be resolved non-militarily, he added: "I believe we are taking the right steps". Israel did not issue any comments on the incident.
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