New batch of prisoners released from Douma

The Syrian Army managed to free up 13 prisoners who had been detained by Jaysh al-Islam rebel group in Douma.
According to a military source, the release of the prisoners (most of them are women) comes as part of the Russian-brokered deal agreed on by the Syrian government and Jaysh al-Islam.
The Saudi-financed rebel group had taken hundreds of civilians as hostages when they attacked Adra Housing district in 2013.
Meanwhile, more of Jaysh al-Islam militants, accompanied with their families, are evacuated to the northern city of Jarabulus via al-Wafideen crossing.

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