“Our troops still carry out inspection operations and check the area for hidden mines and any remaining fighters,” said SDF spokesperson Mustafa Bali this afternoon. “As soon as that is done, we will be the liberation house.”Read also Syrian Kurds announce decisive battle against last-bastion
The latest fighting in Baghouz was Tuesday, when the SDF is a last major offensive began. Planes and drones to help the soldiers on the ground the city to check. With the victory over IS would there be an end to a five-year battle against what was once the self-proclaimed caliphate was, with a territory over large parts of Syria and Iraq.
Yesterday came a further 2,000 women and children in a camp in the north of Syria, in recent weeks tens of thousands of citizens write. Often it is the women and children of IS-fighters who continue to fight. “These women and children are very, very, the worst since we are at the beginning of the crisis have seen. Many are stuck in between the fights, are burned and injured by grenades,” said one of the workers. “We expect the next few hours and days are still 3,000 people.”
In the camp at the moment more than 72,000 people, including 40,000 children.remains a threat
The victory in Baghouz IS does not mean, however, that there is no threat out of the terrorist group. Fighters are still active in the remote areas in Syria and Iraq. According to the United States, it is possible even to “thousands of fighters”.