A convoy of about 2,000 people is allegedly launching Deir Az Zor in the province of Syria Wednesday, indicating last civilian evacuation before the final battle against the remaining ISIS military inside.
Between ten and fifteen trucks locked in men, women, and children – including families and children of ISIS warriors – were seen leaving Baghouz, the last pocket of ISIS where 300 militiamen is estimated to remain ahead of a final revelation, in addition to nearly 2000 of
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But while the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are close to the last terrorist land, and coalition forces are bouncing from the air, people's rights groups have been accused of rebel outlaws to continue to commit serious human rights abuses and claiming to prevent civilians from leaving the hot zone.
Civilians believe that an al-Hol camp is being conducted, where they are reviewed by local SDF commanders to ensure they are not members of ISIS, but are likely to face challenging conditions as resources in the dropping facilities, and disease and malnutrition are spreading, despite the growing number of displaced persons. At least 60,000 people currently live in facilities, encountered in the desert where Syria meets Jordan and Iraq.
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As the SDF announced that it was in the final stage of its preparation to bring the region back to its final and "hardest" formation of warriors, monitoring coverage The area indicates that the militants left standing may leave after the SDF negotiations.
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However, the final release is expected to come in a few weeks ̵