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6th batch of terrorists to be evacuated from countryside of Homs, Hama
6th batch of terrorists to be evacuated from countryside of Homs, Hama
Preparations are underway to evacuate the sixth batch of terrorists and their families from the northern Homs and southern Hama countryside to north Syria.

SANA correspondent noted that several buses entered al-Sama’lil village and al-Rastan city to transport the new batch of terrorists unwilling to settle their status along with their families to the gathering point after which they will head to north Syria.

The correspondent added that the buses are subjected to thorough inspection to prevent terrorists from smuggling mines, explosive devices or illegal weapons, as well as to prevent them from taking any civilian as hostage under threat.

On Sunday evening, the fifth batch of terrorists was evacuated aboard 73 buses from the countryside of Homs and Hama to northern Syria.
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