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About 100 Militants Leave Sabna Near Damascus as Part of Deal With Authorities

© AFP 2021 / STRINGER A picture taken on March 2, 2017, shows a sign displaying the routes to Palmyra-Deir Ezzor and Damascus-Iraq
A picture taken on March 2, 2017, shows a sign displaying the routes to Palmyra-Deir Ezzor and Damascus-Iraq - Sputnik International
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About 100 militants and their families have been evacuated from the Syrian town of Sabna, located north of the nation's capital, as part of an agreement reached between armed groups and Syrian authorities, the Lebanese media reported Tuesday.

BEIRUT (Sputnik) — The Al Jadeed broadcaster reported, citing the military information center of the Syrian government forces, that the militants left Sabna using a corridor provided by the local authorities and headed toward the Idlib province.

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Syrian government forces have been fighting against numerous terrorist and militant groups in an ongoing civil war for more than six years.

During the conflict, Syrian authorities have reached a number of deals with opposition groups on the evacuation of militants and their families from the militant-controlled areas, settlements, such as Homs, Madaya and Al Zabadani, in exchange for the reciprocal evacuation of civilians from settlements loyal to Damascus.

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