BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:45 P.M.) – Tens of civilians exited the jihadist-held areas in the Idlib province on Wednesday, making their way to the government lines at the Abu Dhuhour Crossing.

According to state-owned Al-Ikhbariya, the civilians were able to reach the Abu Dhuhour Crossing in southeast Idlib after the Syrian military reopened the site to the public.

Below is the video of the Syrian civilians reaching the government lines in order to return to their homes in the Idlib province:

The Abu Dhuhour Crossing was previously closed due to the security situation around the Abu Dhuhour Military Airport; however, the Syrian military was able to reopen the crossing earlier this week after securing the area.

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