trucks transporting civilians from the last stronghold of Daas in Syria[/size]
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Syria's Democratic forces earlier confirmed that isolating civilians in the town of Baguz from the rest of the militants there was "a very important step toward final control of the region."
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published a videotape on Wednesday, monitoring trucks belonging to the International Coalition against Daqash as they entered the Iraqi border to evacuate members of the Dahedash organization and their families.
Over the past few days, the observatory has managed to document the entry of dozens of trucks, which it said belong to the international coalition against Dahesh, to the areas of Al-Maza and the town of Al-Bagouz, in an attempt to evacuate the civilians and the remaining members of the Daash and their families, after months of fighting ended control of Kurdish forces.
These developments come at a time of slow fighting between the forces of Syria's democracy and a militant called in the last strongholds of the organization east of the Euphrates, with news of continued negotiations between the parties to hand over the militants themselves.
The rest of the militants are besieged northeast of Syria, in the town of Al-Bagouz, on the eastern banks of the Euphrates River, at a time when Syria's demilitarized forces are using air support from international coalition aircraft.
The Syrian Democratic Forces refused to ask Da'ish to open a corridor for his besieged gunmen towards the eastern banks of the Euphrates, and agreed to provide some aid to the besieged in exchange for the release of a number of hostages and prisoners.
The gunmen blocked all the roads leading to the last encampment, and took 2,000 civilians trapped inside the enclave as human shields, prompting Syria's democratic forces to postpone the battle.