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Terrorist gangs in Syria’s Aleppo violated the agreement on leaving the city and used the ceasefire to regroup and begin hostilities again, the Russian reconciliation center said Wednesday.

The center said in a statement that it had prepared means for evacuation of the gunmen to Idlib, in accordance with the deal reached with the Syrian authorities.

(Some of the Syrian government buses were seen leaving the boundary between opposition and government held territories without passengers, in the Salah Al-Deen district of eastern Aleppo on Wednesday).

“When the transport arrived at the previously agreed loading place, the gunmen began shelling the convoy. Having used the ceasefire, they regrouped at dawn and renewed hostilities, trying to break through the positions of the Syrian army in the northwestern direction,” the statement read.

SAA discovers prisons set up by terrorists for civilians

SAA patrol though former terrorists base in eastern Aleppo. Soldiers showed what appears to be militant flags, graffiti, and machine tools for making munitions, and even cells and alleged means for torturing captives.
Muhammad Hamud, Soldier, Syrian Arab Army (translation from Arabic): “We released nearly 15 civilians. That was in a male prison. In Qadi Askar there was another prison which was a joint male and female prison. It was in the headquarters of the Sharia centre”.

According to the Russian reconciliation center’s statement, the Syrian Arab Army repelled the attack and continued the operation to liberate eastern Aleppo.

…while the foreign-backed mercenary-terrorists are crying like crocodiles…

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