500 displaced Syrian families return home following Beit Jenn deal

Hundreds of displaced families began returning to their homes in the southwestern Damascus countryside after liberating the years-long HTS controlled area of Beit Jenn by the Syrian Army.
As part of the agreement to remove the armed militants who want to leave from the area and settle the status of the rest who want to stay, more than 500 families returned to their homes in Beit Jin town and farm.
SANA’s reporter said that the families returned after militants turned over heavy and medium weapons and dismantling mines and explosive devices in Bardeeia hills series, Marwan Hill, Meghr al-Meir, and Tlul al-Hemr in the west of Hadar village.

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