Civilians were evacuated from the last village in Syria, which is still held by a group of the Islamic State (IS).
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The alliance with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which supports the area, said that he still does not know if there are IS fighters among passengers.
There were contradictory reports on the state of the operation.
The British Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told the Air Force that it believes that all the civilians and militants in Baghoz remained.
The monitoring team cited its sources that militants agreed to surrender after extensive negotiations with the SDF.
However, under the leadership of the United States, the Global Coalition for the defeat of IP has declared that it can not check reports on the surrender of militants.
On Twitter, saying that the SDF continues to evacuate civilians and that the "hardest" fighters remain within Baguza.
On Tuesday, the United Nations expressed concern about the fate of some 200 families reportedly found to be in the area.
Deputy Human Rights Defender Michelle Bachelet said they apparently actively prevented them from leaving the IP and continued intensive bombing by the SDF and US coalition forces.
On the outskirts of the city came the convoy of about 50 trucks. Baguuz after Mrs. Bachelet spoke. But none of them went to bed, reports Reuters.
United States-led coalition aircraft reportedly carried out two strikes in the area in front of the first lorries left on Wednesday.
"We have special forces working to evacuate After many days of attempts, we were able to evacuate the first batch today," said the SDF spokesman Mustafa Bali.
Mr. Bali said he did not know how many people were exported, whether they include any IP fighters, but it will become clear once the trucks have reached the point of verification of the SDF.
"There are still civilians [Baghuz]", – he added.
On Tuesday, the SDF said that his fighters would attack the pocket of the IP as soon as he evacuated all the civilians who wanted to go. They had only two options to surrender or die
About 20,000 civilians who fled from Baghusa in recent weeks have been taken to the Immigrant Camp for displaced persons in the province of Hasak.
Among them are the wives and children of IP fighters and many foreign nationals, including the British teenager Shamima Begum 15 years old when she ran out of the house to to join the IP four years ago.
Ms. Begum, who just gave birth to her son, said she wanted to go back to Britain. But the government wants to withdraw its British citizenship – a decision that she called "unfair".
The IP controlled 88,000 BC in the past year. Km of territory stretching from western Syria to eastern Iraq. It has proclaimed the creation of a "caliphate", forcing its brutal rule to nearly eight million people and generating billions of dollars in oil, extortion, robbery and kidnapping.