Islamic State militants currently have pulled out from their only final stronghold after a major government offensive.

A British based Syrian Observatory that watches for Human Rights violations stated that government military forces as well as allied soldiers, which includes Iraqi fighters, are now combing Boukamal, the tactical community on the national boundaries with Iraq on Thursday, right after IS militants quickly withdrew their forced.

Syrian pro-government press points out that Syrian troopers have clashed together with remnants of IS militants within the city as soon as they came into it late Wed. On Thursday night, these armed forces reported the location was now devoid of any more militants.

The down fall of Boukamal signifies that the leftover IS militants are presently holding up in tiny villages and towns on the national boundaries with Iraq as well as in the vast Syrian wasteland.

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