Syrian President Bashar al-Assad granted a general amnesty on Saturday for those who had dodged service or defected from the army, state news agency SANA reported.
The special decree is the second amnesty in just over a year, but it stipulates that defectors must hand themselves in within two months, and draft dodgers within one month.
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