Syria: Hidden tunnel network, underground hospitals uncovered in Eastern Ghouta

Units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) discovered an underground tunnel network connecting two underground field hospitals left behind by militant groups in the Eastern Ghouta town of Arbeen, Monday, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA). Footage captured on Monday, shows Syrian Army soldiers walking down the tunnel — which according to SANA, extends for more than 400 metres — and... Еще discovering an abandoned underground field hospital. According to SANA, army units have discovered a network of tunnels extending for several kilometres and connecting militant positions and underground bases throughout the once-militant controlled districts of Jobar, Ayn Tarma, Arbeen and Zamalka. Footage captured on Sunday, on the national highway between Zamalka and Jobar shows the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) clearing the area from rubble and wreckage. In the last weeks, deals were made between militants and Syrian government forces, which allowed militants and their families to relocate out of the Eastern Ghouta area into the northwest of Syria.

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