Al-Hasakah, Syria  (4:45 P.M.) – The Syrian government and Kurdish forces have begun the first process of their prisoner exchange in Hasakah City, a local source told Al-Masdar on Friday afternoon.

Per the Russian ceasefire deal, both the Syrian government and PYD regime will release all prisoners that were captured during the week-long battle that ended with over 40 civilians killed in Hasakah City.

The total number of prisoners that will be released by both sides could not be verified at the moment; however, the Asayish is believed to have taken more people captive than the government-backed “National Defense Forces (NDF).

Since the ceasefire agreement was put in place, the situation in Al-Hasakah has remained calm, despite the animosity that is still lingering over the last week’s battle.

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kill off the kurds, CIA soldateska. Traitors, they will be dropped by USA very quickly.

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High time to stop such foolishness, Syria has now a real military invasion to repel…