BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:15 A.M.) – Hundreds of civilians returned to their homes in the Yarmouk Basin region of Daraa this past weekend after their villages and towns were liberated by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), hundreds of displaced civilians made their way across the Daraa Governorate and returned to their homes in the Yarmouk Basin.

The report specifically highlighted that the displaced civilians were returning to the Yarmouk Basin towns of Sahm Joulan, Jaleen, and Hayt.

These aforementioned towns were abandoned after the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/Daesh) affiliated Jaysh Khaled bin Walid terrorists seized this area in the Yarmouk Basin.

The Syrian Army announced that these towns were cleared of all explosives that were left behind by the Islamic State terrorists before they abandoned the area.

Below are some photos of the displaced civilians returning to their homes in the Yarmouk Basin region:

Photo credit: SANA
Photo credit: SANA
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zainab313
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more great news will be coming

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So many trials and tribulations.

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But 2 km away SAA is still fighting ISIS. :[