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Dumayr, Qalamoun area - 22 April 2018
1. Various of Syrian government forces unloading weapons from truck
2. Wide of Syrian and Russian flags flying over the site
3. Various of weapons, military equipment and Syrian forces
4. Mid of what appears to be military tactical radios made by the French company Thales, with manual reading "Thales"
5. Close of manual reading "Thales"
6. Wide of tanks with sign painted on the barrel of the gun reading (Arabic): "Army of Islam" barrel of the gun
7. Close of tank gun with sign reading (Arabic): "Army of Islam"
8. Wide of tanks
9. Mid of tank with signs reading (Arabic): "Army of Islam, Ahrar Al Sham Movement, Easter Qalmoun"
10. Line of pickup trucks mounted with heavy machinegun
11. Mid of ambulance
12. Close of Islamic State group sign on an ambulance
Syrian government forces on Thursday laid on display hundreds of weapons and military equipment which they say belonged to rebel groups.
This video was filmed as part of a media trip to the Qalamoun region supervised by the Syrian-government.
Syria's official government news agency said that the weapons were handed over by the rebels to the Syrian military in return for their safe passage out of the area and into Northern Syria.
Many appeared to have been manufactured in the US or Europe.
The Syrian government took control of the town of Dumayr on Thursday after rebels evacuated to north Syria — the latest in a string of handovers by rebels to the government.
There have been several handovers by rebels to the government in the capital region following a punishing government offensive against the rebellious eastern Ghouta region earlier this year.
Rebels surrendered towns across eastern Ghouta as the offensive drove on, giving up control of an area once home to an estimated 400,000 people in a matter of weeks.
The Syrian government has been following a proven strategy of besieging opposition areas until residents and fighters, desperate for food, medical treatment and relief, give up and accept government control.
The Syrian government says it is fighting a war against terrorism and has sought to portray its recent gains as liberating territory from terrorist control.
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