Beirut – Syrian fighters backed by the United States have the town of Hajin in the east of Syria, taken, reported the Syrian observatory for human rights, and a source in the militia that the struggle conducted Friday.
The Iraqi city of Mosul was last year herwonenn. Here celebrate members of the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) with a reverse flag of their victory.
Hajin is the last major town that was controlled by terrorists of the Islamic State to the east of the Euphrates river near the border with Iraq. The US-supported Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), led by the Kurdish YPG militia, a few months fought for the terrorist group in the area to eradicate.
The intake of Hajin press IS back in a smaller strip along the eastern bank of the Euphrates river in the area where the U.S.-backed operations are focused.
SDF-commander-in-chief Mazloum Kobani said Thursday at Reuters news agency that at least 5,000 fighters in the remaining territory to stay and that they have decided to the death to fight. Among them there are about 2000 foreign fighters, mainly Arabs and Europeans, together with their families.