A few hours after the Syrian Army announced that it has retaken 95% of Aleppo, a human rights organization in Syria stated that all of the rebel forces have been expelled from the city, ending the bloody and long conflict in it.







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A human rights organization in Syria reported today (Monday) that the battle for Aleppo has come to an end. The organization announced this afternoon that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces have retaken the city. “The battle of Aleppo has reached its end,” said Rami Abdel Rahman, the director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

This morning, the Syrian Army announced that 95% of Aleppo is under its forces’ control. According to the human rights organization, the rebel forces withdrew from six neighborhoods that were their last strongholds a few hours after the Syrian Army’s announcement, ending the long and bloody conflict within the city. On Saturday, JOL reported that the Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry announced that Assad’s forces are advancing throughout the city.

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