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Debris Cleared in AlHajar AlAswad

Published : 03-09-2020

Debris Cleared in AlHajar AlAswad

Debris-clearance works have been ongoing in AlThwrah and Tishreen neighborhoods, in AlHajar AlAswad area, south of Damascus.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees took shelter in AlHajar AlAswad, which came under heavy shelling since 2013 and a crippling siege after ISIS crept into the area. Offensives launched by the Syrian and Russian forces resulted in heavy material damage and took away the lives of dozens of civilians.

Reports have burglary continue to emerge in AlHajar AlAswad neighborhood, adjacent to Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus, where hundreds of Palestinian refugees have been taking shelter.

Members of pro-government groups have reportedly stolen furniture from abandoned buildings in and around the neighborhoods.

Palestinian families displaced from the area continue to call on the concerned authorities to allow them a safe return to their homes and to press ahead with reconstruction projects.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10602

Debris-clearance works have been ongoing in AlThwrah and Tishreen neighborhoods, in AlHajar AlAswad area, south of Damascus.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees took shelter in AlHajar AlAswad, which came under heavy shelling since 2013 and a crippling siege after ISIS crept into the area. Offensives launched by the Syrian and Russian forces resulted in heavy material damage and took away the lives of dozens of civilians.

Reports have burglary continue to emerge in AlHajar AlAswad neighborhood, adjacent to Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus, where hundreds of Palestinian refugees have been taking shelter.

Members of pro-government groups have reportedly stolen furniture from abandoned buildings in and around the neighborhoods.

Palestinian families displaced from the area continue to call on the concerned authorities to allow them a safe return to their homes and to press ahead with reconstruction projects.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10602