BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 P.M.) – For the first time since the start of the war, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is in full control of several towns in the western part of the East Ghouta region.

Following the departure of the last batch of militants and their families, today, the Syrian Army entered the towns of Zamalka, Jobar, ‘Ayn Tarma, and ‘Arbeen.

Once they entered these towns, the Syrian Army was able to assert control over all the areas that were previously under the control of Faylaq Al-Rahman and Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.

With these areas under their control, the Syrian Army will now shift their attention to the Jaysh al-Islam held town of Douma.

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“breaking” is supposed to mean something sudden/unexpected or extremely grave or needing immediate attention/action. I wouldn’t say “Breaking! My sister married today, as thoroughly planned and anticipated by anyone”