Nearly 40 Syrians who had been displaced into Lebanon due to the war in their country started gathering in the outback of Shebaa village, ahead of their return to their hometowns in the eastern side of Mount Hermon, National News Agency correspondent reported on Monday.

In Nabatieh, at least 50 Syrians gathered at Abdullatif Fayyad School, waiting for the bus to transport them to Syria via al-Masnaa crossing point.

Furthermore, a batch of 25 displaced have gathered near Sidon’s football stadium, readying to leave their country back to Syria.

It is to note that the Syrians’ voluntary return is taking place under the supervision of the Lebanese General Security, in presence of representatives of the UNHCR and the International Rescue Committee.

Source: National News Agency

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Nearly 40 Syrians who had been displaced into Lebanon due to the war in their country started gathering in the outback of Shebaa village, ahead of their return to their hometowns in the eastern side of Mount Hermon, National News Agency correspondent reported on Monday. In Nabatieh, at least...