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Western countries Thursday warned Syria over the fate of males detained during the evacuation from rebel-held areas of Homs, as hopes rose that a humanitarian operation will resume.Barazi said 390 men of weapons-bearing age had been detained after being evacuated from rebel-held districts, during a humanitarian operation for Homs districts under siege since June 2012 that began last Friday.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.The United Nations says 336 men aged between 16 and 54 have left the besieged districts since Friday, although a U.N.-mediated deal had only envisaged the evacuation of women, children and the elderly.The Homs operation has so far seen some 1,400 people evacuated and 6.2 tons of flour and 500 food parcels distributed.
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