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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (7:30 PM) – Below image shows the curren status of the East Ghouta pocket under control of militant rebels, before the massive Syrian Arab Army offensive that is expected to kick off any time now.

Militant rebel forces, most of them from Salafist organisation Ahrar al-Sham, are still in control of the exclave east of the Syrian capital Damascus for the time being. However, reports have it that massive Syrian reinforcements have been arriving from Idlib and other parts of the country, including the elite special forces unit known as the Tiger Forces.

Early reports for the upcoming battle say that the Tiger Forces are massing near Nashabiyah town, in the far east axis of East Ghouta, preparing to storm the area very soon.

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Hope all goes as well as in Aleppo.