In a string attacks in southern Syria, the so-called Islamic State killed at least 215 people on Wednesday. The Washington Post reports that the three attacks in the Sweida province bordering Jordan also injured 180 civilians. A “short-lived ground offensive” was launched in small villages, followed by three ISIS militants detonating suicide bomber vests. A fourth suicide bomber “sprayed the streets of the city with bullets” before detonating his vest later in the day. Rebel groups in the province fighting against ISIS have recently complied with a surrender deal. The group, which called the men involved in Wednesday’s attacks “soldiers of the Caliphate,” has lost the majority of the land it controlled in Iraq and Syria but still holds small areas of territory.