ISIS members and their families have reportedly started leaving the Yarmouk refugee camp area in southern Damascus, according to videos and reports appearing from the ground.
By May 21, about 1,600 persons have been transported out of southern Damascus by 32 buses, according to circulating reports.
— Qalaat Al Mudiq (@QalaatAlMudiq) 21 May 2018
The Syrian Army and besieged ISIS members reached a deal last weekend forcing ISIS units to surrender their weapons and to withdraw via an open corridor to the Homs desert. Late on May 20, ISIS units started burning their HQs and depots in the besieged area.
At the same time, reprots appeared that a group of hardcore ISIS members had refused to surrender and withdraw. According to pro-government sources, this group will be targeted by a resumed military opeartion later today.
The Syrian state-media and a part of pro-government media outlets avoid reporing on the recent developments in southern Syria because of PR reasons.