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DAMASCUS: 4: 42 P.M.) – The Syrian Army has ceased its military operations in the northeastern neighborhood of al-Qaboun as rebels agreed to surrender and negotiate an evacuation deal.

The government troops are making significant advance inside the rebel heartland, forcing the insurgent to re-consider a deal they have refused months ago.

According to the prospected deal, the insurgents will be relocated to Idlib after surrendering all their positions to the Syrian Army.

In the same context, Rebels in the northern neighborhood of Barzeh will leave their longtime stronghold to the northwestern province of Idlib after concluding a deal with the Syrian authorities.

The first batch of Barzeh militants is set to leave the neighborhood tomorrow, according to pro-rebel sources.

Details to follow

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absolutely great news.Damascus needs to be adequately secured

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Good the fighting has seized in the area and less SAA and ally fighters will be hurt, bad the terrorists will not be killed, they should all be killed, no mercy for terrorist scum, and if they continue their families as well for supporting them.

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Assad must stay

Great new 🙂

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Well, if the plan is to get rid of all the little pockets and prevent the so-called rebels from becoming ISIS’ heirs in the East, maybe this safe-zone thing isn’t such a bad idea.
One must think strategically. Even though it’s kinda hard to accept that those pigs in Idlib won’t be bombed for a while.

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Nestor Arapa

Se van a Idlib por que es una segura para ellos, ahora Idlib sigue sumando hombres, se reorganizaran los terroristas y luego lanzaran una ofensiva.
Erdogan sigue ganando tiempo para sus mercenarios.