Hundreds of displaced Syrians, who have left the al-Rukban camp, arrived at the Jleighem crossing in Homs eastern countryside.
Over the past five years, the US occupation forces and their mercenaries have besieged hundreds of the Syrians in al-Rukban Camp, known as the “death camp,” because of the extreme conditions there and the lack of basic necessities for life, including food and medicine.
The women and elders who arrived at the crossing point appeared to be exhausted and tired, but are optimistic about the future.
The army and members of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent were waiting at the crossing point to offer water, food and medicine to the displaced.
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