Syrian government forces have discovered a considerable amount of Israeli-made landmines and grenades left behind by Takfiri terrorist groups inside a secret underground tunnel in Eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital Damascus.
Syrian military forces have discovered a network of long tunnels as well as underground makeshift field hospitals once used by foreign-sponsored militants, who controlled Eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of the capital Damascus.
Crowds cheered as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) entered Ayn Tarma's suburb in Eastern Ghouta for the first time in years, following the announcement of the agreement by Jobar's main militant group Faylaq al-Rahman to leave the area.
The Syrian government forces have managed to make further advances on the terrorists’ lines in militant-held Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus, tightening the noose around the foreign-backed terror groups, which have held captive several hundred thousands of people in the flashpoint enclave.
A top United Nations official says the five-hour daily pauses in fighting in the militant-riddled Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta, laid out under a plan by Russia, are not enough to take in aid or evacuate civilians.