DAMASCO, SIRIA (4:20 P.M.) – Militantes de ISIS se están preparando para abandonar los distritos bajo su control en los suburbios del sur de Damasco en virtud de un acuerdo de evacuación con el gobierno sirio.

Según activistas pro-rebeldes, se extendió por Hajar al-Aswad y el campo de refugiados de Yarmuk la noticia que, dentro de una semana, los combatientes de ISIS harían abandono de la zona para trasladarse la provincia oriental de Deir Ezzor, donde el Estado Islámico controla grandes extensiones de terreno.

Los mismos activistas informaron que los militantes de ISIS han comenzado a vender sus pertenencias a precios como antesala a su retirada.

Ayer, tres jihadistas de ISIS fueron asesinados y uno de ellos capturado mientras Jaysh al-Islam, grupo respaldado por Arabia Saudí, atacaba los puestos avanzados del grupo en el norte del campamento de Yarmuk.

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