Syria: Humanitarians 'very concerned' for thousands still living in Al Hol camp
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New York, Oct. 17 -- Humanitarians are "very concerned" about the plight of more than 64,000 people living in the restive Al Hol camp in northeast Syria, the UN Spokesperson told journalists on Friday.
Located in northeastern Syria, near the border with Iraq, 94 per cent of the camp for the displaced, is made up of women and children who formerly lived in from territory held by the terrorist group ISIL.
In September last year, UN-appointed human rights investigators reported that conditions in the camp were "appalling" and "inhumane", and called on the international community to take action to protect thousands of children from being left stateless, on the grounds that Member States were seemingly unwilling to repatriate them, fearing e...
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