The Islamic State surrendering in masses
The Islamic State is surrendering in masses at the Baghouz Camp as their last enclave in the eastern region of the Euphrates River Valley has been eliminated.
According to a report, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have taken control over the Baghouz Camp after a fierce battle with the Islamic State terrorists in this region of eastern Syria.
The Syrian Democratic Forces were able to force the Islamic State to surrender their last positions after they broke through the terrorist group’s last line of defense at the northern flank of the Baghouz Camp.
With the Islamic State’s surrender of the Baghouz Camp to the Syrian Democratic Forces, they have essentially been eliminated from eastern Syria.
The Islamic State was in control of the eastern region of the Euphrates River Valley for several years; however, since they lost the northern part of their so-called ‘caliphate’, they have been struggling to hold ground along the border of Iraq.
The Pentagon denies US leave 1,000 soldiers
The Chief of Staff, Joint US Army, General Joseph Dunford, denied the information that Washington plans to leave 1,000 US military in Syria.
Shortly before, the newspaper The Wall Street Journal communicated with the US authorities of the Arab country.
“The statement made today (March 17) by a large newspaper of the military prepared a plan to leave almost a thousand American soldiers in Syria is in fact false,” says a Dunford statement, released by the Pentagon press service.
The text adds that “there was no change in the plan published in February.”
The Pentagon stresses that it continues to cooperate with the Turkish General Staff “to resolve Turkey’s security problems along the Turkish-Syrian border.”
Last December, the president of the USA, Donald Trump, announced the final date of his departure.
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