Takfiri groups in eastern Ghouta deny this, but eyewitnesses on Friday saw gunfire and mortar fire from inside the rebel territory near one of the crossing points.
At least 976 civilians, including 208 children, have been killed in Eastern Ghouta since February 18, when al-Assad's forces started a major offensive against rebel-held areas there, according to the Observatory.
"It has been agreed that the first group of HTS members be released from the prisons of Jaish al-Islam".
The Syrian government does not cooperate with the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) believing that the body is propagating the anti-Syrian policy of western countries, Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad said.
Syria's state-run television later broadcast footage it said showed 13 militants and their families leaving the besieged enclave in suburban Damascus. Residents have spent weeks living underground in bomb shelters, suffering food shortages and a lack of medical supplies, with doctors saying they are overwhelmed by the number of wounded.
The food parcels were supposed to be delivered on Monday when another aid convoy entered Douma, but the fighting and bombardment then forced it to leave early without unloading all its supplies.
The aid was delivered as helicopters hovered overhead and warplanes targeted areas outside Douma, according to an AFP correspondent.
The reconciliation center's hotline has been receiving calls about the humanitarian plight in Eastern Ghouta.
Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said talks were underway between government representatives and local figures to organise the evacuation of civilians or fighters from parts of the enclave. UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi spoke about the situation and suffering in the region while in Beirut on Friday. "None of the civilians has been able to leave the enclave over the last 24 hours", Yevtushenko said.
The government, determined to wrest the eastern Ghouta suburbs from the control of rebels after seven years of war, has intensified the shelling and bombardment to clear the way for its troops to advance on the ground.
In January, Turkey began an offensive to oust the Kurdish YPG militia from the Afrin region in northern Syria, near the Turkish border.
SCR declares four all-women railway stations
Divisional Railway Manager of Hubballi Division Rajesh Mohan and other railway officials were present. The deployment of the staff will be done on March 8, the International Women's Day.
Woman Who Stood Up to Racism Graces Canada's First Vertical Bank Note
Now in her 90s, Robson captivated the Halifax audience with her genuine delight at seeing her sister on Canadian currency. Segregation was legally ended in Nova Scotia in 1954, in part because of the publicity generated by Desmond's case.
New details emerge in officer-involved shooting
Officer: "Can you see the suspect?" Waters fatally shot Morton and wounded Bettencourt, who remains in stable condition. The Missouri State Highway Patrol is waiting for an autopsy to determine Waters's official cause of death.