Jarablus winding the wounds of civil-war

The administrator of the civil-war torn Syria's rising star Jarablus Muhammad Habesh says that the town has reached peace now thanks to the Operation Euphrades Shield carried out by Free Syrian Army (SFA) backed by Turkish Armed Forces which liberated the town from Daesh almost 6 months ago at his office in Jarablus, Sryia on February 11, 2017. The president of Jarablus Assembly which is the administrative body of the town adds that Jarablus has developed fast with Turkey's support, and that he's gradeful to Turkey for this. Footage suggests that life is returning to normal in the town with hospitals full of medical personnel treating and taking care of patients, police force replacing with troops, schools full of joyful students, electricity and running water in the houses thanks to the improved infrastructure, opening of shops and markets and fast developing construction sector even though the legacy of the Syrian civil-war is still visible in some parts of the town. According to the officials the population which had dwindled to just a couple of thousand has now reached up to 40,000 now in the town within just 5.5 months. (Footage by Kerem Kocalar / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images)

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Begränsningar: NO SALES IN AZERBAIJAN, TURKEY, MIDDLE EAST AND THE BALKANS.

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Videoklipp nr.: 641567370HD
Samling: Anadolu Agency
Datum skapat: 11 februari 2017
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Plats: Aleppo, Syria
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Objektnamn: jarablus.mov

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