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The Syrian army liberated several villages—including primarily Armenian-populated Ghnemiyeh village—in the Latakia Governorate from terrorists. 

As a result of terrorist attacks, the residents of this village were forced to leave their homes four years ago, according to Kantsasar Armenian newspaper of Syria.

Around 60 to 70 thousand Armenians lived in Syria before the start of the civil war in the country. More than half of these Armenians resided in Aleppo, the largest city in Syria, and the rest lived in capital city Damascus and several other towns.

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