Families Return to Al-Waer After Facing Hardship in Jarablus Camps

State media confirms 37 people return to embattled neighborhood as part of reconciliation agreement between regime and opposition forces

Dozens of people who left the Al-Waer district of Homs returned on Saturday as part of a reconciliation agreement in the neighborhood, putting an end to their suffering in the camps on Syria’s border with Turkey.

A SANA reporter said that nine families of 37 people decided to return to Al-Waer due to the oppression and inhuman treatment they faced in the camps of Jarablus city in northern Aleppo.

Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi, in a statement to SANA, confirmed that the return of residents started with batches from Jarablus and Idleb, adding that a new batch will return to the district soon.

He added that children from the neighborhood will return to school soon as the last batch of gunmen prepare to leave the neighborhood.

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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