Babylon Reports – Ghouta evacuates, Turkey controls Afrin, Spice Girls animated movie in the works
Written by Gabrielle Renaud on 2018-03-25
Syrian rebel groups have pulled out of more towns in the Eastern Ghouta, as the government tightens it grip on the enclave outside Damascus. Buses carrying fighters, their families and others left the area late on Saturday, leaving the city of Douma as the last rebel-held stronghold. About 70% of the Eastern Ghouta is now under government control.
Further north, a Turkish army source said Ankara’s military and its Syrian rebel allies have gained “full control” of Syrian Kurdistan’s Afrin region. The military source claimed the last remaining villages had been seized and control was established overnight but searches are still ongoing. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), however, has urged for greater access to the civilian population of Afrin which is in dire need of aid.
Lastly, could this be the ’90s-nostalgia fix we’ve been waiting for? Rejoice Spice girls’ fans as the group of five “Posh Spice,” “Baby Spice,” “Sporty Spice,” “Scary Spice,” and “Ginger Spice,” may soon be appearing in an animated movie. The singers would reportedly each possess a special “girl power” in the film.