In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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Syrian troops have recovered a high number of weapons, communication devices, lathes and vehicles in the liberated areas of Yalda, Babila and Beit Sahem in southern Damascus, according to the Syrian state-run news agency SANA.

The aforementioned areas were liberated by government forces in the framework of a reconsiliation agreement reached between the government and local militants, members of Jaish al-Islam, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and other non-ISIS groups.

Since then, government forces have been working to secure the liberated area.

In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Recover Weapons, Medical Equipment From Liberated Areas In Southern Damascus

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  • Bill Wilson

    Looks like those Daesh fellahs ran out of bullets.

    • Gregory Casey

      Nah …. Never! Their Pay-Masters in Riyadh Washington & London couldn’t get their pay-packets through to them any longer so they decided to try to move to a better area in Eastern Syria where normal service could resume with Yankee $$$ available close by.

  • TheLulzWarrior

    Gee, I wonder from where did all thi equipment comes from…