DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:51 A.M.) – With the war effort concluding in the Euphrates Basin, thousands of internally displaced refugees are making their way to their hometowns from SDF-held territory.

The Syrian government has facilitated the opening of waterways to help this process. Many public services have been restored and families have been granted full access to all medical and nutritional aid they need.

In the next few months, it is expected that most of the IDPs in eastern Syria will return to their liberated villages where the long-sought-for and arduous reconstruction task will kick off to bring back the war-torn country back on its feet.

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