Last rebel fighters pushed out of Syria's Douma

Syrian government forces have pushed the last rebel fighters out of the town of Douma, according to the Reuters news agency quoting a Russian military official.

    A warning: viewers may find some of the images in her report distressing.

    Syrian government forces have pushed the last rebel fighters out of the town of Douma, according to the Reuters news agency quoting a Russian military official.

    It is the last rebel stronghold in the Eastern Ghouta enclave outside Damascus.

    Russian military police have also been deployed to take over security.

    Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports.


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