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In Syria, ‘Reconciliation’ Is Bleak | The Nation

It’s been just a year since this city southwest of Damascus gave up its rebellion and surrendered to the Syrian government. At that time, 3,000 rebels and their families boarded the green government buses for internal exile in Idlib province, about 200 miles north of here.

Surrenders of rebel-held towns have occurred so frequently since then—there have been a dozen over the past year—that no one takes notice of the mass movements to Idlib.


Source: In Syria, ‘Reconciliation’ Is Bleak | The Nation

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