The coalition allowed the militants to evacuate Raqqa
The US-led international coalition in the fight against the banned terrorist organization “Islamic state” has allowed militants to peacefully leave the Syrian Raqqa.
They come out of the city accompanied by U.S.-backed Syrian militias, according to Reuters.
As told to the Agency a member of the city Council of Raqqa, Omar Alloush, the militants were allowed to leave the city on the evening of 15 October. They intend taking with them some 400 civilians as “human shields.”
The representative of the Syrian people’s protection units (YPG), Nouri Mahmoud said that raqqa, considered the capital of ISIS, can be liberated from militants on Saturday or Sunday. At the weekend more than 100 militants have surrendered to the military.
Happiness of a woman from Raqqa after she was rescued by YPG fighters pic.twitter.com/Uyz2wFL7IO
— Mutlu Civiroglu (@mutludc) 12 Oct 2017.
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