Syria: Al Waer residents disappointed with evacuation deal

Syrians that remain in the besieged rebel-held neighbourhood of Al Waer are reluctant to leave in the latest Russian-sponsored evacuation deal after hearing from those who travelled in the first convoy.

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    Syrians that remain in the besieged rebel-held neighbourhood of Al Waer are reluctant to leave in the latest Russian-sponsored evacuation deal after hearing from those who travelled in the first convoy.

    People in the first convoy say they that few preparations were made for their arrival to rebel-held parts of northern Syria. Some wish they never left in the first place.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from neighbouring Beirut.


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