BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 A.M.) – Buses evacuating fighters out of the Syrian town of Douma departed the area through the al-Wafiddeen checkpoint, near Eastern Ghouta, Tuesday.

Footage shows the buses as they arrived and passed through al-Wafiddeen. They are reportedly then set to continue to Jarablus, in the north of Syria.

In the last few weeks, deals were made between militants and Syrian government forces, which allowed militants and their families to relocate out of the area into the north of Syria.

Video credit: Ruptly

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