Syrian army surrounded last Daesh-stronghold

The Syrian army has partnered with its allies Albu Kamal was surrounded, the last major stronghold of terrorist group Daesh.

The army has begun to draw in the place, reported the television station al-Manar Wednesday.

The Caliphate is the last two years almost completely destroyed in Syria. Only in Albu Kamal on the border with Iraq and a few neighbouring towns and some isolated pieces desert kept the terror organization still stand.

Last week Iraqi forces also names al-Qaim, a town near the border with Syria and not far from Albu Kamal. The terror organization has in Iraq as far as is known, only the village of Rawa in hands. That is, as well as al-Qaim, on the river Euphrates in the border region with Syria.