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    Regime reopens Babbila crossing in southern Damascus

    Zaman A Wasl | 2018-01-11 14:08:01
    Regime reopens Babbila crossing in southern Damascus

     (Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian regime has reopened the main gate to the town of Babbila in southern Damascus suburbs, allowing civilians and goods entry, local activists said on Thursday.

    The closure of  Babbila-Sidi Meqdad checkpoint lasted for nine days after tension between rebels factions and opposition figures work to reach reconciliation deal with the regime.

    Sources told Zaman al-Wasl the regime is press on rebels to accept Sheikh Anas al-Taweel as the town's representative in the reconciliation talks.

    Residents voiced support for al-Taweel, urgening rebels to abide by the deal to evacuate Babila.

    Keywords:  Syria Babbila
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