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Kurdish army release last Syrian city from ISIL organizations

Thus, the presence of the ISIL organizations at the eastern bank of the Euphrates River is completely ended
14:03, 16 February 2019

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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated that Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) supported by the USA have seized the last enclave of the Islamic State – the city Baghuz today, on February, 13, as Syriahr reports.

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"Several hundreds of ISIL fighters have surrendered for two days. However, some other fighters can still hide somewhere in the underground tunnels", -the report said. 

In such a way, the presence of the ISIL organizations at the eastern bank of the Euphrates River is completely ended.

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According to the report, the Kurdish troops with the help of the USA started to attack on February, 9. There were 400-600 ISIL fighters and 500-1000 civilians in Baghuz city.

The army is still searching for members of the “Islamic State” organization hiding within tunnels dug by the organization during the period in which it was imposing its influence over the area.

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