Syrian refugees and fighters begin leaving Lebanon border area

A group of Syrian fighters and refugees has started to leave a border enclave in Lebanon for Syria following a deal between the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah and Syrian opposition groups.

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    A group of Syrian fighters and refugees has started to leave a border enclave in Lebanon for Syria following a deal between the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah and Syrian opposition groups.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Labeweh, on Lebanon's border with Syria.


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