Days of Palestine, London –Human Rights observatory confirmed on Sunday news about evacuation of around 2,000 civilians from Yarmouk.
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“Around 400 families, approximately 2,000 people, were able to leave the camp on Friday and Saturday via two secure roads to the Zahira district,” Anwar abdul-Hadi, a PLO official, told AFP.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, based in London, said that the people evacuated are being hosted in temporary shelters in Damascus.
At least 26 people have been killed in the camp since Wednesday, when ISIS and Al-Nusra militias stormed the camp. Hundreds were kidnapped by the militias.
Since the start of the militias’ invasion, Assad regime’s forces have pounded the camp with shells and barrel bombs, the Observatory said.
Yarmouk, in south Damascus, was once home to around 160,000 Palestinians refugees including a couple of thousands of Syrians.
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Since the start of the conflict in the country in 2011, Yarmouk’s population has declined to around 17,000.