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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:00 P.M.) – At least 2000 people have left the last insurgent-held district in the central city of Homs as per an agreement held earlier with the Syrian government.

The batch – which includes some 150 militants – is the first of many to leave Al-Waer district in the coming weeks.

A Russian-brokered agreement has been reached last week between rebel forces and the Syrian government in which militants agreed to surrender their last stronghold, and eventually be evacuated to Homs northern countryside, Idlib and Jarabulus near the Turkish borders.

According to sources, some 20,000 people – including 300 militants – have shown desire to be relocated to one of the three agreed-upon areas. This number is expected to rise to 30,000 as the implementation of the agreement began; some 10,000 people chose to stay after having their status settled by the Syrian authorities.

In return, the siege imposed by the government forces will be immediately lifted, aid convoys will be also be granted an easy access into the district.

 

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Green has become my favorite color for buses!

Bon voyage. Have a nice trip. rihlat saeida.

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I love these green buses 😀

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thats arguably the only reasonable comment you’ve made in 4 years, limit them to 5 words and you ware on the right path

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est338lapua, You must realise that French Green Buses would have soooo much more je ne sais quoi 🙂

I look forward to them transporting migrants to France very soon, lol.

A French ‘Buss’ can be a wonderful thing .

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Sure – French buses have much more je ne sais quoi.

That is why all that have money will buy MAN and Mercedes. Grin.

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We’re asking ourselves about travelling back to Syria : I’ve already seen many using the Syrian French colonial flag with green instead of red. Should we resume colonialism? Seems they want the Foreign Legion back… We should re-take Lebanon, it’s true : once the French ain’t here anymore, it ends always the same : it becomes a s**t hole! http://c8.alamy.com/comp/DFEG6M/legion-etrangere-the-fourteenth-of-july-military-parade-heiva-tahiti-DFEG6M.jpg Now they have a nice cyber riffle : http://www.defense.gouv.fr/var/dicod/storage/images/base-de-medias/images/operations/rca/sangaris-premiere-patrouille-pour-le-gtia-centurion/20150613_np_sangaris04_pciat_comops_jaune-20-legion-150/5628358-1-fre-FR/20150613_np_sangaris04_pciat_comops_jaune-20-legion-150.jpg It’s very nice : you can stay in cover, you have deported sight, IFF, lock-on-target, you don’t miss @600m even into the fog… The Qaedans tried it in Mali… It didn’t… Read more »

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Syrians live here – they are very proud that the defeated France and became free. Tongue out.

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It is all down to nothing, I adviced you to limit your comment to 5 words and here you are again, wiith a plethora of boring nonsenses, oh well…

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Oh by the way, your lot is not welcome in Syria nor in Lebanon, the exception being, as tourists and with your wallet wide open!!!

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and surely Daeshbag with his Marxo Zio activist posture will be extremely happy and will open the door of his house to the “moderate” bus passengers aaahahahah

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est22LongRiffle, you should give a try to 338 Lapua in your temporal area

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Merde – You only do not like our French frère’s opinion.

He makes good comments but…

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MILITANT ARE ONLY 300 AND IF YOU ADD THIER FAMILY CATCH 3000 THEN WHY 30000 PEOPLE ARE SHIFTING TO REBEL HELD AREA LIKE JARABLUS WHICH IS HELD BY TURKEY.

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Es la primera ves que se transporta a Jarabulus, mmm suena a pedido de Erdogan para mas adelante acumular gente y atacar Kobani.