ISIS Terrorists Might Leave Southern Damascus In Next Few Days, Syrian Comandment Says

Yesterday morning Syrian Arab Army was able to cut the Hajar al-Aswad district (Damascus gov.) in half, after launching attacks from both west and south-east fronts. By the evenings the southern pocket was all cleared from ISIS terrorists.

Government forces continued storming enemy forces in south province of Damascus. Syrian sources suggest that, due to the deadlock situation, terrorists might surrender the area and withdraw in nearest two days.

Another batch of 33 buses picked militants and their families from the southern regions of Damascus. Rebels will be displaced to Babila, Yalda and Beit Sahm to the province of Idlib.

SAA began dismantling the barricades and destroying trenches near the town of Ar-Rastan yesterday after militants’ surrendered their heavy weapons. By the evening the troops announced that the traffic on the Hama-Homs highway can be restored.

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