BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 A.M.) – Hundreds of former residents from the East Ghouta region of Damascus have registered their names for reconciliation with the government after spending several weeks in rebel-held northern Idlib.

According to a report from Damascus, the former residents of the East Ghouta are attempting to settle their cases with the government in a bid to return to their homes.

The report added that the former residents have applied to return to their homes and will likely receive a response within the coming days, as the government will need to organize buses for transportation.

Initially, these former residents were unwilling to reconcile with the government, but they have since changed their minds after several weeks in rebel-held Idlib.

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Flash
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2018-06-04 06:47

We call that: coming to their senses.

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abe
2018-06-04 09:33

Dumb and dumber

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Stern Daler
2018-06-04 11:11

The Prodigal Sons return to the Syrian Republic from Erdogan Sultan’s paradise.

Harrie van der Haghen
Harrie van der Haghen
2018-06-04 13:36

I wonder what these sarin gas attack survivors will tell about how they survived.
I guess the OPCW will not be ready to investigate the former Zamalka and Ain Tarma residents.
Maybe they are afraid of having to give back the Nobel peace price when the world finds out they earned it with fraud.