BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:35 P.M.) – The first rebels have left the Yarmouk Camp District tonight after an agreement was put in place between their forces and the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

According to a military source in Damascus, at least five buses filled with militants from Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and other rebel groups departed from the Yarmouk Camp for northern Syria.

This departure of the rebel fighters from the Yarmouk Camp comes at the same time a large number of civilians departed from the Shiite towns of Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya in the Idlib Governorate.

With the rebels gone from Yarmouk Camp, the Syrian Army can now shift their attention to the imperative town of Hajar Al-Aswad, which is still mostly under the control of the Islamic State.

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