MAP: Syrian Army rips ISIS bastion into halves in S Damascus

The Syrian military continue its onslaught against the self-proclaimed terror group, in southern Damascus, splitting the ISIS bastion of Al-Hajar Al-Aswad into halves.
Military sources cited on Thursday that the storming troops of the Syrian Army managed to cut the supply lines of ISIS, separating the neighborhood into northern and southern parts amid successive collapses in the ranks of terrorists.
With this advance, the ISIS sites in the southern sector has been completely surrounded by the four axes, which will speed up the collapse of the region.
earlier today, 16 buses loaded by hundreds of militants along with their families were began to evacuate from Yalda, Babila and Beit Sahm towards Idlib province, following a deal with the government.
Read more:  Russian Su-30SM fighter crashed in Syria, with both pilots having perished in the incident, the Russian Defense Ministry said Thursday.

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