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As of Monday evening, a coordinator for the refugees said they had gotten the go-ahead to return.Mohammad Hamra, a Syrian who had organized a previous return to the Damascus suburb of Moadamieh in July and is coordinating the current return between the refugees and Lebanese and Syrian authorities, said 116 people had been approved to go back to Moadamieh this time.As of Monday evening, Hamra said the refugees had gotten word that the return could proceed that night.In recent months, the trickle of refugees returning from Lebanon to Syria has been growing, and General Security earlier this month announced the opening of centers around the country where Syrians who want to go back can register.
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