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>> There's no place like home. And these Syrian refugees have waited years for this moment. The family are among 400 refugees to cross back into Syria from Lebanon. It's a rare case of return, the family's caught up in a brutal conflict that began seven years ago and something which the Lebanese government wants to encourage.
For the family, there are parents and siblings waiting on the other side, their homes might not be. They're heading back to a region not far from the border, cleared of insurgents by Syrian army offensive. As one convoy rolls in, another rolls out. In the south, the regime offensive against Syrian rebels has uprooted more than 120,000 people over the last week.
The UN is warning of a catastrophe, as those fleeing risk being trapped between warring sides. Neighboring countries Israel and Jordan say they won't let the refugees in. Syria, a country still at war, is still no safe place to call home.