BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:05 P.M.) – Over 200 families will be returning to the Al-Wa’er District of Homs City after spending two months in Turkish-occupied Jarabulus.

According to a government source, many of the families that will return to Homs City complained about the conditions in the Turkish-sponsored camps of Jarabulus.

 

Some of the rebels that will return to Homs City have asked the government to settle their cases in order to receive possible amnesty in the future.

The families will travel from Turkish-occupied Al-Bab to government controlled Tadef, where they will then be transported by the military to Homs City.

 

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Soizic

At the end! .. all of them recognize that they want to return to syria’s government!
All of them saw, after a lot of beheadings that before was better!
But a heavy lot of people has dead because of them, and it will be difficult to forget that!

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El gobierno debería de tener un plan como la cia de EE.UU… no recibirlo y luego armar una revuelta en Jarabulus…

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So low level!