A general view shows a deserted street at the beginning of the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp April 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ward Al-Keswani
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Syrian regime forces shelled the last pockets in Damascus controlled by Daesh (ISIS), preparing the ground for a possible assault on the jihadist stronghold, a monitor said Wednesday.After fully retaking the Eastern Ghouta region on the edge of the capital, the Syrian regime has turned its attention to other areas across the country that still escape its control.Yarmouk used to be the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Syria, with a population of 160,000, but only a few thousand people remain inside the devastated area.
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