Syrian Red Crescent workers help civilians to be evacuated from besieged parts of the Syrian city of Homs on February 19, 2014. AFP PHOTO / STR
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Some 400 men, including rebels and draft evaders from besieged areas of Syria's city of Homs, who recently surrendered to the authorities, fear they may be held indefinitely, activists said Tuesday.Then, some two weeks ago, another 300 men -- mainly rebel fighters and draft evaders -- also left the siege, including a civilian activist who identified himself as Omar.There was talk that we draft evaders would be released too, but till now, there is nothing," said Omar.He and the other men are all still being held at a former school called Al-Andalus, located in Homs city.
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