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Despite Deal with Opposition Outfits, Syrian Government Forces Keep Tight Rein on Khan Al-Sheih Camp for 64th day

Published : 04-12-2016

Despite Deal with Opposition Outfits, Syrian Government Forces Keep Tight Rein on Khan Al-Sheih Camp for 64th day

A tight blockade has been imposed by the Syrian government forces on Khan Al-Sheih Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Damascus western outskirts, for 64 days running in spite of a deal struck with the opposition battalions.

Key to the deal was the retreat of opposition fighters and over 2,500 Palestinian refugees from the camp to Idlib, in northern Syria.

AGPS correspondent said Palestinian refugee families in the camp have run out of basic food items and life-saving medicines.

He warned that several refugees risk todie of cold due the lack of fuel reserves and the power blackout rocking the camp for the fourth day running.

Prior to the newly-struck deal, 12,000 civilians, including 3,000 children, used to take refuge in Khan Al-Sheih. 197 refugees sheltered in the camp were killed since the outburst of hostilities.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4321

A tight blockade has been imposed by the Syrian government forces on Khan Al-Sheih Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Damascus western outskirts, for 64 days running in spite of a deal struck with the opposition battalions.

Key to the deal was the retreat of opposition fighters and over 2,500 Palestinian refugees from the camp to Idlib, in northern Syria.

AGPS correspondent said Palestinian refugee families in the camp have run out of basic food items and life-saving medicines.

He warned that several refugees risk todie of cold due the lack of fuel reserves and the power blackout rocking the camp for the fourth day running.

Prior to the newly-struck deal, 12,000 civilians, including 3,000 children, used to take refuge in Khan Al-Sheih. 197 refugees sheltered in the camp were killed since the outburst of hostilities.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4321