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Al-Rukban camp administration demands international protection for camp; Autonomous Administration hands over detained Kazakh citizens to their government

Editing: Hasan Borhan |
TranslationEditor: Farah Nassif |
Translation: Muhammad Ghaith
Publication date: 2019/01/07 19:00

Local and field updates:

On Monday, the Political and Public Relations Committee of the al-Rukban camp on the Jordanian border, 240 kilometers south of Homs, Central Syria, demanded international protection and the evacuation of the forcibly displaced people in the camp (FDP) to Northern Syria.

On Monday, Abu Ahmad Dirbas, the head of the local council of the al-Rukban camp on Jordanian border, east of the city of Homs, Central Syria, said that they have not received a reply from the United States-led International Coalition about opening a road for the forcibly displaced people (FDP) from the camp to Northern Syria.

On Monday, the Syrian Democratic Forces said that the Autonomous Administration handed over dozens of Kazakh citizens to their government, in the al-Hasakah governorate, Northeastern Syria.

On Sunday, the Syrian government forces arrested the university student Majd al-Asaf on her way from the city of al-Tabaqa in al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria, to the Department of Education in the city of Hama, Central Syria.

On Monday, the Initial Response Team of the al-Raqqa Civil Council retrieved 11 bodies in the city of al-Raqqa.

Schools in the Idlib governorate, Northern Syria, received 390,000 students in 2018 by an increase of ten percent from 2017, amidst different difficulties that the educational process face, most important of them is the lack of support.  

The educational and administrative staff of a school in the camps of the western Aleppo countryside, Northern Syria, complained about the lack of books and teachers, amidst poor conditions of the school that was established in a camp.

Syrian refugees in Arsal camps, Northern Lebanon, appealed to concerned sides to provide aid and support for the refugees after the damage caused to the camps as a result of the continued snowfall two days ago.

The Syrian Network for Human Rights documented the Syrian government forces dropping of 26, 000 barrel bombs since the Russian military intervention in Syria in September 2015.

Dozens of people demonstrated in the city of Qamishli,75 kilometers north of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria, to protest the Turkish potential military operation in Northern and Northeastern Syria,

Mark Kits, the United Nations Humanitarian Affairs deputy coordinator condemned the killing of Hamdou al-Omar, the logistic official of the People in Need Organization, by kidnappers.    

Political and international updates:

On Monday, Yahya al-Aridi, the spokesperson for the Higher Negotiations Committee of the Riyadh II conference denied the formatting of a draft constitution in Moscow.