Hundreds of families return to Syrian government-controlled areas in Daraa

تحرير عبيدة النبواني | ترجمة سمارة بلبول | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 30 يوليو، 2018 2:53:24 م خبر عسكريإغاثي وإنساني نزوح

 

Daraa - SMART

Hundreds of forcibly displaced families from Daraa returned to their villages and towns after seizing them by the Syrian government forces. The Syrian government seized the areas after launching a military campaign, which displaced thousands and destroyed the infrastructure.

Local activists reported that hundreds of displaced families from Nawa, Inkhil, al-Rafid, and Ibtaa have been returning to their homes after the Syrian government seized them.

Syrian government media reported that 16,000 families returned to the villages over the past two days, without verifying the accuracy of the numbers from neutral sources.

Activists stated that the residents suffer from the lack of the essential services in these areas, such as water, electricity, and food, in addition to the massive destruction of buildings and facilities.

A private source reported that the residents returned to the cities of al-Hirak and Bisr al-Harir and the towns of Nahta, Eastern al-Mleha, alKark, Umm Walad, Western Mleha and Mlehat al-Atach, after the Russian forces have scheduled their return. The number of the returning families is still not accurate.

The Syrian Government forces continue with the military campaign along with former Free Syrian Army fighter, who reconciled with the government. The forces advance in the al-Yarmouk basin, which is under the Khalid Ibn al-Walid Army control that is accused of pledging the Islamic State. The Khalid Ibn al-Walid army now controls 5,000 hectares, after controlling 8,500 hectares earlier in July.

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تحرير عبيدة النبواني | ترجمة سمارة بلبول | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 30 يوليو، 2018 2:53:24 م خبر عسكريإغاثي وإنساني نزوح
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