Sunday, July 8, 2018

28,000 people return home after deal in Syria's Daraa

Syria's Daraa
Over 28,000 people have returned to their homes in the southern province of Daraa over the past 24 hours, after the terrorists and the Syrian army halted the military operations under a Russian-backed deal, a monitor group reported on Saturday.

The people returned homes in the southeastern towns of Daraa after they fled the military showdown that has been dragging on since June 19.

The return of people is ongoing in light of the deal that was reached between the Russians, who are representing the government, and representatives of the militant groups in Daraa.

The United Nations Higher Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) recently said the total number of the displaced people in Daraa reached more than 320,000, with 60,000 gathered at the border crossing with Jordan.


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