Damascus confirmed to Tehran the "necessity to keep all forces in Syria until all occupation forces, i.e. USA and Turkey leave and when the central government decides".

Map. History of Syria conflict

25 September 2018
Hama now: artillery shelling targeting the vicinity of the town of Latamna north of Hama.
Syria: 4 explosions above town of Jablah following new attack targeting Russian Airbase in Khmeimim and activation of air defenses.
Turns out convoy which left S. Damascus pocket has been divided. 500-600 civilians (women and children) reached Greater Idlib while other vehicles with ISIS fighters remain untracked.
Video: PYD militiamen (YPG) open fire at the بينه checkpoint near Shiroa شيراوا Aleppo, blocking thousands of Kurds from returning to their homes in Afrin
Pentagon says U.S. military will take all necessary steps to confront Iranian behavior in the region, but is still assessing whether that means new military action or doubling down on current strategy.
Assad's forces looting homes in the Palestinian Yarmouk camp.
S. Damascus: geolocation of photo in heart of Yarmouk Camp confirms pro-Assad forces took full control of last ISIS pocket following evacuation deal towards E. Syria's desert.
Pompeo demands Iran withdraw forces from Syria, end support for Hezbollah and Hamas
Pompeo: Any new agreement will ensure Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon. Iran must permanently abandon enrichment of uranium and end its proliferation of ballistic missiles. Tehran must end support for terror-designated groups and withdraw all forces from Syria.
Pompeo says he will work closely with the Pentagon and regional allies 'to deter any Iranian aggression,' outlines 12 US demands for Iran including withdrawing all of its forces from Syria
Syrian military declares capital, surrounding areas free from militants for first time in nearly 7 years
South Damascus: Some of the Equipment found during the army combing operations in Yalda and Babbila and Beit Sahem
Syrian Arab Army in full control of Hajar Aswad south of Damascus
As soon as ISIS withdrew from Yarmouk Camp towards E. Syria's desert, tanks and trucks entered the devastated S. Damascus districts.
4 month ago
Israeli aircrafts flying over Quneitra
SAA artillery is shelling village of Al-Aknawi in West Hama
Iran defies Russian statements that all foreign forces must be removed from Syria and that their militias remain on Syrian territory
Two members of Tahrir Al Sham were killed by unknown gunmen in the south of Aleppo
S. Damascus: busses with batch of ISIS fighters and families leaving Yarmouk Camp and heading to E. Syria's desert.
SDF France Task Force Wagram and U.S. are bombarding Daesh in the MERV (Deir ar Zour area)
Damascus confirmed to Tehran the "necessity to keep all forces in Syria until all occupation forces, i.e. USA and Turkey leave and when the central government decides".
A large convoy of buses left Yarmouk Camp last night. The convoy consisted of 30+ buses and a large number of Daesh militants. They are being transported to the Badiya Al-Sham region.
Southern Damascus: Departure of a batch of ISIS militants from Hajar Aswad and Yarmouk camp towards the Syrian Badiya.
Yarmouk Camp Activist : Tonight or tomorrow morning the last batch of ISIS of all of Southern Damascus Countryside will leave Yarmouk camp
N. Hama: agricultural area W. of KafrZita burning tonight following government artillery fire.
Some footage of SDF Operation in DeirEzzor. Iraqi Army position spotted in the distance. U.S SOF vehicle also spotted later in the footage.
A traffic accident near Rakbbah town on the Hasakah - Tal Tamr highway involving 3 American military vehicles
Photo showing busses parked on 30th Street of Yarmouk Camp waiting for deal to evacuate ISIS fighters from S. Damascus. No move so far.
IS fighters being evacuated from south Damascus: monitor
Syria Daraa: Clashes between the FSA and ISIS affiliates at the perimeter of Hit, Sheikh Saad and Jellin towns amidst mutual rocket shelling.
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