On Sunday, the Lebanese Armed Force (LAF) and the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) announced that a ceasefire agreement with ISIS fighters on the Syrian-Lebanese border was reached. According to the LAF and the SAA the ceasefire took place 7:00 in the morning.
The SAA confirmed in its official statement that ISIS fighters will be allowed to withdrew to ISIS-held areas in Deir Ezzor governorate. Moreover, a report of the Lebanon-based Al-Mayadeen news TV channel said that ISIS will reveal the fate of the 4 LAF soldiers [UPD: 8 LAF soldiers. Al-Mayadeen made a mistake] it captured back in 2014 as a part of the deal.
Also according to Al-Mayadeen report, ISIS will hand over the bodies of 5 Hezbollah fighters who been killed in different battles with ISIS in Syria. ISIS will also release a Hezbollah fighter who was captured in the eastern Homs countryside month ago.
This is considered the first time ever ISIS release any captive of any citizenship.
No timeline for the deal was released by any side yet, however it is believed that the deal will be executed faster than usual. Furthermore, some sources claim that the media might not be allowed to cover the withdrew of ISIS.
Hezbollah and SAA troops are on the border: