Residents of Mieh Mieh return to the camp, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Mieh Mieh set for normalcy after dealResidents will return to their homes and schools will reopen in the Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp following a deal between Ansar Allah and the Fatah Movement, Islamist and secular Palestinian factions announced in a statement Wednesday. As part of the deal reached Tuesday, Ansar Allah leader Jamal Suleiman left the Mieh Mieh camp for Syria, following violent clashes with Fatah last month.Just before Suleiman left the camp, around 25 Ansar Allah members, along with the group's deputy, took over the security zone.
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