Yarmouk: Terrorists leave for Idlib May 1, 2018 War Reports 377 The Syrian Arab Army and allies have liberated the Yarmouk Camp. A total of five buses transported scores of terrorists from the Yarmouk Camp, on the outskirts of Damascus, to Idlib. R. Jazaeri/Ghossoun Source: SANA Buses allocated for evacuating terrorists from al-Yarmouk Camp in the south of Damascus to Idleb started to gather on Sunday midnight, in implementation of the agreement which stipulates for evacuating terrorists and liberating the besieged people in the towns of Kefraya and al-Fouaa and those who are abducted from the village of Eshtabraq. SANA reporter said that tens of buses arrived in al-Batikha Roundabout at the entrance of al-Yarmouk camp paving the way for evacuating terrorists from the Camp later. Earlier, the reporter said that the government and the terrorist groups positioned in al-Yarmouk Camp reached an agreement on evacuating terrorists from al-Yarmouk Camp and liberating the besieged people from the towns of Kefraya and al-Fouaa and liberating the kidnapped people from Eshtabraq on two stages. The reporter said that the agreement stipulates for evacuating terrorists from al-Yarmouk Camp and liberating the besieged people in the towns of Kefraya and al-Fouaa whose number is about 5,000 on two stages, in the first stage 1500 people from the besieged locals of Kefraya and al-Fouaa will be liberated. The reporter added that the agreement also stipulates for liberating the abductees from the town of Eshtabraq whose number is 85 mostly women, children and elderly, on two stages. All the provisions of the agreement are decided to be implemented before the beginning of Ramadan, the reporter concluded.