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Syria Camp Housing ISIS Fighter Families Hit by Wave of Murders

A camp in Syria housing families of Islamic State militant group fighters has experienced a wave of murders within a little over two weeks, the United Nations said Thursday, while expressing “serious concern” at the camp’s “deteriorating security conditions.”

Located in the northeastern Al-Hasakah governorate, Al-Hol is Syria’s largest refugee and displacement camp, counting nearly 62,000 residents. According to the U.N., women and children make up for more than 80 percent of Al-Hol’s population.

Read more at Newsweek

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