The US-upheld Syrian Democratic Forces said on Saturday it had begun the “last battle” to oust the Islamic State collect from the last bit of a zone it holds in eastern Syria.
Supported through air strikes by the US-drove union against ISIS, the Kurdish-Arab organization has starting late cornered the jihadists in a last fix of a territory in the eastern district of Deir Ezzor.
After an intrusion of more than seven days to empower ordinary people to get away, the on SDF said Saturday it had proceeded with the fight to snatch the last four-square-kilometer (one-square-mile) fix from the jihadists.
“The SDF have pushed the last battle to pummel ISIS in the town of Baghouz,” the SDF said in a declaration.
“Following ten days of discharging more than 20,000 standard individuals, the battle was impelled today to dispose of the last leftovers of the affiliation,” it said.