surrender of 3000 elements of the preacher in the "Albagos"[/size] Twilight News
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The Syrian Democratic Forces announced the "surrender" of three thousand fighters from an advocacy organization in the town of Al-Bagouz in eastern Syria within 24 hours, a spokesman said after midnight on Tuesday.
"Within 24 hours, 3,000 terrorists have surrendered to our forces in Baguoz," said the director of the media center in the ranks of these forces, Mustafa Bali. "The battle is continuing and the decisive hour is closer than ever."
The Bagouz enclave is the last land controlled by the militant group that has been expelled over the past four years from the territories under its control in Iraq and Syria.
The fierce attack continued late on Tuesday. Direct footage from the Kurdish television channel Ronahi showed a series of large explosions that light up the night sky in the Baguoz as a result of an apparent explosion of a munitions depot.
Smoke rose above the burning buildings amidst a steady burst of gunfire and explosions.
The coalition said in an e-mail that an estimated "few hundred" foreign fighters were still in the Baguoz and decided to fight until the end.
"The Baguoz process is over or with a finished judgment, but it takes a little time to actually end it on the ground," said Keno Jabriel, a spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces.
Syria's Democratic forces have imposed a siege on the Baguz for weeks, but have repeatedly postponed the final attack to allow the evacuation of thousands of civilians, including wives and sons of defiant fighters. But it resumed the offensive on Sunday, backe