Syria – Deir Ezzor: The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are approaching to announce the entire eastern Euphrates region safe, as hundreds of the Islamic state (ISIS) fighters are surrendered.
The Syrian Democratic Forces intercepted a large group trying to escape from the Al-Baghouz village, the last tiny patch of territory under IS control, SDF official said.
Yesterday, the Kurdish-led forces in eastern Syria captured around 400 Islamic State group jihadists as they attempted to slip out of their besieged enclave of Baghouz, a senior officer said.
The video below shows the desperate captured ISIS militants in their last moments, gathered in the suburbs of Al-Baghouz village.
Baghouz is the last speck of IS’s once-sprawling caliphate, a small farming village nestled in a bend of the Euphrates river by the Iraqi border.
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