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Fox News reports that IS has fallen in Syria



F ox News said Thursday that the caliphate of the Islamic State had fallen, the day after President Trump said the terrorist organization would be wiped out overnight.

"The caliphate has collapsed and the last offensive is over and while the official announcement has not yet been made, Fox News has been informed that this village, the last fortress of ISIS, has been liberated," Foreign Police Correspondent Benjamin Hall said. He said Fox News had been present on the five days of the fight and noticed that troops had torn down ISIS flags in Baghouz, Syria.

The Pentagon has not confirmed the report. Pentagon spokesman Charlie Summers told reporters Thursday that the offensive against ISIS is continuing. "They are striving for ISIS and making sure that we eliminate their ability to reform, the territory they own is always smaller," he said.

Fox News reported that an announcement from the Pentagon is expected soon.

Last week, the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces were involved in a military operation that spread throughout eastern Syria, combing villages and small enclaves to eliminate the remaining ISIS fighters in the region.

The report follows Trump's bold Wednesday forecast that US-backed coalition fighters could eliminate the Islamic state in Syria by the end of the night. Trump also shared a picture of two maps of Syria: one from ISIS on Election Night 201

6 and one with a "tiny spot that will be gone tonight".

He later tweeted the cards with the message: "ISIS Califate two years ago in red vs. ISIS Califate TODAY. (Was worse in November 2016, before I took office)."

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