Syrian civilians wait at a meeting point before being evacuated during a UN-led humanitarian operation in the besieged Syrian city of Homs on February 12, 2014. AFP PHOTO/BASSEL TAWIL
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Syria sought to give reassurances Thursday about the fate of men and boys detained during the evacuation from rebel-held areas of Homs city, as Washington warned the world is watching.Homs governor Talal al-Barazi said men arrested by the authorities after being evacuated from besieged districts of Homs under a UN-brokered ceasefire will be released on Thursday.A humanitarian operation began last Friday in ravaged Homs, Syria's third city, where regime forces have besieged rebel-held districts for more than 600 days.It said explosive-packed barrel bombs were responsible for many of Wednesday's Aleppo fatalities.They killed 28 people, including seven children, in opposition areas of what was once Syria's commercial
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