Thousands more people have left the last remaining area held by the Islamic State group in Syria.
Militants have been allowed to surrender, and civilians allowed to leave, through a human corridor established by Kurdish-led forces.
The final battle for the so-called caliphate is taking place in the tiny town of Baghouz, on the Iraqi border.
Only a few hundred fighters are thought to remain. Most families have been taken up to the Al-Hawl refugee camp in the north-east of the country, where we spent the day.