Yes, you can use ICS (or any other tool that connects to the CC360/SF API to clear down the logs). You can delete from DSE__DS_Batch_Queue__c quite safely if jobs are not running. Reach out if you nee more info - the team at @CloudPerspectiv always happy to help.
You can go through KB Article : 531190 for the same.
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When a user runs DAAS validation on a particular record, a new record is created in the event queue object. The Event queue record contains information such as, the transaction message, transaction status, transaction type, request and response timestamp and therefore a record should be validated to retrieve the information. Additionally, when the record is validated multiple times, a single event queue record persists which contains the latest specified information. Although, there are different records for address, contact, and email validation.
Therefore, if the user deletes an event queue record, then it will cause loss of information about Daas validation and user will have to perform Daas validation again to retrieve the specified information.