East Ghouta civilians can now leave via another humanitarian corridor

A new humanitarian corridor is now available for East Ghouta civilians to leave the rebel-held enclave, a military source said today.
The corridor – passes through Jisrin-Maliha road – was opened with the help of locals and elders of E. Ghouta towns in the southern part of the enclave.
At the meantime, Syrian Army troops keep on grabbing more territories from jihadi militants amid raging battles.

Formerly, Russia suggested a daily 5-hour humanitarian pause whereby civilians can exist the Eastern Ghouta battleground through Wafideen Camp corridor. However, rebel groups repeatedly shelled the area and denied civilians safe exit.