Syria’s war: Some refugees returning home

Some Syrian families are choosing to leave the displacement camps and return to their homes, despite the heavy damage their villages have sustained.

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    Some Syrian families are choosing to leave the displacement camps and return to their homes, despite the heavy damage their villages have sustained.

    A temporary de-escalation ceasefire has provided some relief from the fighting, but there seems to be no diplomatic solution, despite several rounds of talks.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid has more.


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