DAMASCUS, SYRIA 2:15 P.M.) – More jihadi militants from Harasta suburb are being evacuated to Syria’s north as per an agreement concluded earlier with the Syrian government.

According to official sources, up to 524 people – including 27 militants – have already left Harasta to the jihadi-controlled province of Idlib so far.

Pro-government sources published video footage showing more buses entering the insurgent heartland to carry out the agreement.

Earlier today, some 13 Syrian Army soldiers who were formerly captured by the armed opposition fighters were released in exchange of rebel prisoners held by the Syrian government.

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Shortage of famous Green Buses™? Anyway these buses seems too luxurious for jihadi rats…

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Shortage of famous Green Buses™? Anyway these buses seems too luxurious for jihadi ratts…