Supported by the “International Coalition” | “Maghawer Al-Thawra” removes war remnants of ISIS from positions in 55th Kilometer Zone • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Supported by the “International Coalition” | “Maghawer Al-Thawra” removes war remnants of ISIS from positions in 55th Kilometer Zone

SOHR activists have reported that the “International Coalition” forces and “Jaish Maghawer Al-Thawra” removed landmines planted by ISIS cells from the 55th Kilometer Zone during the control of ISIS over the area.

The removal of the war remnants was focused in Al-Zoriyah crossing, which is considered the primary crossing at the borders between Syria and Iraq.

On September 2, SOHR activists reported that an “International Coalition” delegation visited Al-Rukban (Al-Mansy) camp in the 55th Kilometre zone, for the first time since it was established.
Moreover, the delegation roamed inside the camp and met with some people to learn about the conditions of residents of Al-Rukban camp directly.
On September 1, SOHR activists reported that the only bakery inside Al-Rukban (Al-Mansy) camp in the Syrian desert, has returned to work after being suspended for 13 days, where it was supplied with a limited amount of flour.
On August 24, a delegation of the International Coalition met with Maghaweer Al-Thawrah leaders and representatives and dignitaries from Al-Rukban camp in the 55-kilometre zone near the Syrian border with Iraq and Jordan.
The meeting tackled the security and humanitarian situation in the region and ways to deepen relations with the inhabitants who are suffering from poor living conditions.