The Syrian government releases 32 detainees in Eastern Ghouta

Damascus-ALsharqiya June 20: The Syrian authorities released 32 detainees in Eastern Ghouta in the Damascus countryside governorate, whose hands the authorities say were not stained with blood. The Kafr Batna Town Council announced that the released were those whose hands did not have blood on their hands. The rest of the detainees in the coming days. It is noteworthy that on the 5th of this month, the Syrian authorities released a number of detainees from the city of Douma in the Damascus countryside, and on the 12th of this month, they released 30 detainees from the city of Arbin.


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