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IDPs number in Daraa exceeds 270,000 persons, says UN High Commissioner

IDPs number in Daraa exceeds 270,000 persons, says UN High Commissioner
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Daraa (Syria News) The United Nations has documented, on Monday, that the number of the internally displaced persons in Daraa increased to 270,000, since the start of the military offensive in the Syrian South.

Spokesman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Jordan, Mohamed Hawary, said that their latest report showed that the number of the IDPs in southern Syria exceeded 270,000 persons.

Hawary also described the situation of the IDPs on the Syrian-Jordanian border as “painful”, while pointed out that they already became homeless.

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