A video, published by the SANA news agency, shows the Syrian military demonstrating a network of tunnels and headquarters for terrorists that it had discovered during a combing operation in the Yarmouk Camp.
Earlier this week, the Syrian army confirmed that the southern outskirts of Damascus had been fully liberated from terrorists.
“As a result of a joint operation of our armed forces and allies, Al Hajar Al Aswad and the surrounding territories have been completely liberated from terrorists,” the army stated.
The Yarmouk camp was created in 1957 near the Syrian capital, Damascus, to host Palestinian refugees; according to estimates, about 18,000 people used to live there. From the onset of the civil war in the country, the camp has been a stronghold for terrorists. In April, the Syrian government announced an anti-terror crackdown in the camp, evacuating more than 3,200 militants along with over 5,000 family members from the area.