A Syrian man carries a child and pulls a suitcase as he evacuates with others from the town of Arbin in the Eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital Damascus on March 25, 2018 following a deal with the regime. AFP / AMER ALMOHIBANY
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As civilians evacuated from Eastern Ghouta try to find their feet in their new surroundings, some argue a military strike against President Bashar Assad might be the push needed to finally bring about a peaceful solution to Syria's war.Srewel left with his wife and daughter a few days ago, but said most of his relatives stayed in Ghouta for fear of leaving their homes.He is now trying to build a new life in the city of Sarmada, some 400 kilometers from Ghouta, but is concerned about those left behind.In total 165,123 people have been evacuated from Ghouta, the Hezbollah-run War Media Center reported, citing the Russian military.
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