Soldiers loyal to Syria's President Bashar al Assad are seen near a bus carrying rebels from Yarmouk Palestinian camp in Damascus, Syria April 30, 2018. Picture Taken April 30, 2018. SANA/ via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY
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Dozens of hostages held by militants in northern Syria reached army lines Tuesday, launching a deal for insurgents to quit an enclave south of Damascus, state media and a monitor said.South of Damascus, buses shuttled 200 fighters and relatives out of the Yarmouk enclave under the swap between the government and insurgents, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.The evacuation deal for Tahrir al-Sham to surrender also includes allowing people to leave two pro-government Shi'ite villages, which the insurgents have encircled in Idlib.
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