Syria regime reaches deal for rebels to quit Douma: SANA

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Damascus | Updated: April 8, 2018 7:31:57 PM

Syria's government has reached an agreement for rebels to leave their battered holdout of Douma for an opposition-held town in the country's north, state media reported today.

Syria's government has reached an agreement for rebels to leave their battered holdout of Douma for an opposition-held town in the country's north, state media reported today.Syria’s government has reached an agreement for rebels to leave their battered holdout of Douma for an opposition-held town in the country’s north, state media reported today.

Syria’s government has reached an agreement for rebels to leave their battered holdout of Douma for an opposition-held town in the country’s north, state media reported today. The official news agency SANA, citing a government source, said the agreement would see “the departure of all so-called Jaish al-Islam terrorists to Jarablus within 48 hours”. It came a day after a reported chemical attack that killed dozens of people in Douma, which Syria and its ally Russia have strongly denied.

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