Homs, Al-Waer

BEIRUT, LIBANON (13:40) – Weitere Rebellen verlassen den letzten von Rebellen gehaltenen und seit Jahren belagerten Stadtteil von Homs, Al-Waer. Das berichtete Al-Masdar-Korrespondent Ibrahim Joude am Dienstag.

Es ist der zehnte Konvoi der den Bezirk verlässt. Dem Evakuierungsdeal waren monatelange Verhandlungen vorangegangen, immer wieder gab es Rückschläge und Differenzen. Die Rebellen und ihre Familien wurden mit Bussen in Richtung Idlib transportiert, wo sie heute Nachmittag ankommen werden.

Mindestens 189 weitere Menschen warten auf Ausreise nach Idlib, so Judeh.

AM Wochenende waren 14 Familien, die Al-Waer zuvor verlassen hatten zurückgekehrt. Sie begründeten ihre Entscheidung mit den schlechten Bedingungen der Unterkünfte in Jarabulus.

 

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A computer science student based in rural southern Germany, Eduard has always been interest in world politics in general and the middle east in particular. Because of personal contacts in Syria, Eduard has been following he conflict from early on. You can follow him at @EduardSchreder

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