DAMASCUS, SYRIA (5:35 P.M.) – The Syrian flag was seen hoisted inside a major rebel-held city deep in the Eastern Ghouta region as the Syrian forces are increasingly expand it control in the sprawling insurgent bastion.

Video footage posted moments ago shows civilians in Hamouriyah city raising the Syrian flag in the city’s main square. The video clearly displays civilians passing by the square.

In compliance with the credibility of our journalism, AMN team in Syria was capable of pinpointing the exact location where the footage was filmed via Wikimapia.

Zen Adra | AMN

Another footage filmed from the same city shows a group young men gathering in what appears to be a tunnel; calling on militants to get out of the city.

“We want those militants out. We want Assad,” one of them shouted.

According to reports, the Syrian government entered into negotiations with local leaders from Hamouriyah and Mesraba to neutralize the civilians and hand over the two cities to the Syrian Army.

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Amos Yee
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You know what’s really really funny? When Aleppo was being liberated the West was screaming their lungs out about how the civilians were being killed. Once liberated NOT once the same West has helped the same civilians with anything at all. Not once Aleppo was discussed because the civilians sided with Assad. Watch out now with East G! They are again trying to bash Bashar and the Russians. Well, as soon as the civilians raise SAA flags and once these areas are liberated the West will AGAIN forget the same civilians they cried out loud for at the UN. Is… Read more »

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You would be wasting your time there as UN has been corrupted by the US/IZ to the bone and the time will come when countries will be leaving from there in draws

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Well-said. They’re nothing but hypocrites, shedding crocodile tears for civilian victims, while supporting the jihadis responsible for the war!

The lowest circle of h**l should be reserved for the war criminals masquerading as humanitarians. We know who they are.