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Tens of Syrians From Kefraya and Foua Detained in Turkey Arrive to Aleppo


U-News Syria-Aleppo Thursday, April 20, 2017
 
Introduction
A convoy of more than 150 injured and missing Syrians from Kefraya and Foua arrived in Aleppo. They were kidnapped few days ago by the militants and taken to the Turkish-Syrian borders few moments after the bomb attack that targeted their convoys stalled at al-Rashidin area, west of Aleppo.
 
Description
-The arrival of the convoys transporting the wounded and the missing Syrians in the 1070 project crossing
-Arrival of the ambulances in Aleppo University Hospital
-Aiding the wounded Syrians
-Injured children
 
Speakers
-SOUNDBITE 1- Syrian woman injured by al-Rashidin bomb attack
"When we were injured, we suddenly found ourselves in the cars. When we woke up we find ourselves at Bab el-Hawa crossing. We didn't know if we will survive or not."

-SOUNDBITE 2- One of the Syrians who were missing from Foua 
"There are still wounded persons in Turkey. We have been told that their are critically injured and they were not released. All of us who were at Bab el-Hawa were released. All of us are safe and fine."
 
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A convoy of more than 150 missing and wounded Syrians from Kefraya and Foua arrived in Aleppo on Wednesday. They were kidnapped few days ago by the militants who took them to the Syrian-Turkish borders, few moments after the bomb attack that targeted the convoys at al-Rashideen west of Aleppo.

The three buses arrived in Aleppo accompanied by the Red Crescent, which crossed on Tuesday night the 1070 project crossing west of Aleppo. The Red Crescent passed by the areas controlled by the militants until they reached Bab el-Hawa crossing at the Turkish-Syrian borders, where the wounded persons were put in the Turkish and field hospitals by the militants.

The Syrian government took the convoy to Aleppo University Hospital to provide medical treatment for dozens of wounded people, most of them are children, whose injuries varied from moderate to critical.

Some of the wounded said they didn't know where the ambulances, in which they were put by the militants after the bomb attack, were going. They said that they found themselves at Bab el-Hawa crossing, confirming that a large number of missing persons are still in Turkey, fate unknown.