Daesh is an Arabic acronym for Islamic State.
The defeat of the Islamic State group in its last holdout in eastern Syria is due to be announced, with Syrian Democratic Forces combing the tent village for booby traps and the last fighters, officials said on Thursday.
"A clearing operation is now underway in the town-and an announcement is expected soon", Fox reported.
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday praised the progress of the fight against IS since he came to power, saying the fall of their self-proclaimed "caliphate" was imminent. But it is clear the mission is now coming to an end with the Kurdish fighters searching tunnels to flush out the last few ISIS fanatics and begin landmine clearance programmes.
"The SDF media team has not announced this" victory, Bali said.
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Since the beginning of February, around 15,000 people have left the village and only militants remain there, according to the head of the SDF press service.
"We are giving them a chance to surrender by slowing the military offensive", he said.
They include 37,000 civilians, 5,000 jihadists and around 24,000 of their relatives.
The main leaders of ISIS who still survive have not yet been captured.
For the SDF, it would cap a four-year, US -led military campaign in which its fighters drove ISIS from swathes of northeastern Syria, taking the city of Raqqa after a months-long battle in 2017. "Many have been caught up in the fighting and dozens have been burnt or badly injured by shrapnel", Wendy Taeuber, IRC's Iraq and northeast Syria country director, said in a statement.
The al-Hol camp is now holding more than 72,000 people, including more than 40,000 children, IRC said.
Baghouz is the last ISIS stronghold after the terror group were forced into retreat.