Tens of displaced Syrian families reached the Jleighem corridor in the eastern countryside of Homs after leaving the al-Rukban Camp in the al-Tanf area on the Syrian-Jordanian borders, where forces of the US occupation and terrorist groups are present and hindering the progress of humanitarian missions in the camp.
SANA’s reporter at the corridor said that on Wednesday, hundreds of the displaced, including women and children who were detained in the al-Rukban Camp reached the Jleighem corridor, adding that they were provided with food and medical assistance.
The authorities continued registering information about the returnees as they were transported to makeshift centers in Homs.
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