Upon havIng been liberated from DAESH, the north Syrian town of Jarablus has welcomed its residents back home throughout Qurban Bayram thanks to Operation Euphrates Shield, launched by Turkey in cooperation with the Free Syrian Army (FSA). As the operation enters its 22nd day, 1,700 Syrians have already returned to their homes, according to information from the Gaziantep Migration Directorate. During Qurban Bayram, children of Jarablus were among those who enjoyed most being back at home by playing on the park set up specifically for them by the Gaziantep Municipality.Residents of the north Syrian town of Jarablus who sought refuge in Turkey are returning to their homes throughout Qurban Bayram (Feast of the Sacrifice), also known as Eid al-Adha, as Operation Euphrates Shield liberated the town of DAESH and aims to eradicate other terror groups from the area. As the operation enters its 22nd day, 1,700 Syrians have already returned to their homes, according to information from the Gaziantep Migration Directorate.
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