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According to the state-run National News Agency, around 64 Lebanese families and 45 Syrian families live in the predominantly Sunni village, which is situated at the tip of a finger of Lebanese territory that juts into Syria.The families' return is being coordinated with Dar al-Fatwa, the Lebanese Army, General Security and Mufti of Baalbeck-Hermel Sheikh Khaled Solh, and was facilitated by a new road built across the Lebanese-Syrian border, according to the source.The Lebanese government has been criticized over the years for failing to adequately support the town, especially during the Syrian war.
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