Syrian rebels and families begin to leave besieged Eastern Ghouta after deal 

“Around 1,600 fighters from the Ahrar al-Sham Islamist group and some 6,000 of their relatives were expected to have been evacuated by the end of the day, in the first such deal between the two sides of the conflict” writes Leo Mckinstry for Idilb, close to the Turkish border, is the rebels’ largest remaining redoubt and where thousands of rebels have been sent by the regime through so-called reconciliation deals.

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