Syria’s war : Forced evacuations begin in Al Waer

Residents and fighters from the last remaining rebel stronghold in the Syrian city of Homs are facing a life or death choice. They are expected to leave their homes in Al Waer neighbourhood as part of an evacuation deal with the government.

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    Residents and fighters from the last remaining rebel stronghold in the Syrian city of Homs are facing a life or death choice.

    They are expected to leave their homes in Al Waer neighbourhood as part of an evacuation deal with the government.

    People there say they have been told to get out or die.

    Al Jazeera’s Natasha Ghoneim reports from Gaziantep near the Turkey-Syria border.


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