south front for tuesday

Military Situation In Syria (Map Update)
South Front, Mar 19 2019

A brief overview of the recent developments in Syria:

  • An IED exploded near an SDF patrol in Busayrah in eastern Deir ez-Zor;
  • Clashes between the SDF and Daesh in the area near Baghuz.
  • Pro-SDF sources claim that about 5,000 Daesh members and their families remain in the area;
  • 6 supposed Daesh members were detained by the SDF in Al-Kashkia in eastern Deir ez-Zor;
  • Daesh movements were reported in the Homs desert, near the Pindo-held area of al-Tanf;
  • A new wave of ceasefire violaitons was reported in southern Idlib and northern Hama.

Up To 5,000 Daesh And Their Families Remain In Pocket Near Baghuz, SDF Claims
South Front, Mar 19 2019


Up to 5,000 Daesh and their families remain in the Daesh-held pocket near the Syrian town of Bahuz in the Euphrates Valley, according to the SDF, who told AFP that more than 66,000 people, mostly civilians, have quit the Daesh-held area since Jan 9. They include 37,000 civilians, 5,000 terrorists and around 24,000 of their relatives. 520 Daesh have been captured in SDF operations. The ‘Daesh’ and ‘civilians’ captured by the SDF are being moved towards SDF-run camps in north-eastern Syria. The main camp of this type is located in Al-Hol. According to reports, about 70,000 people, including Daesh-linked persons, are located there. Even the MSM are forced to admit dire humanitarian condictions and a lack of security in these camps. More than 123 people, including many children, have died on the way or shortly after arriving at Al-Hol, according to the International Rescue Committee.

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