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ISIS fighters’ wives languish in Syria, looking for a way home

In an overcrowded desert camp for families linked to the Islamic State group in northeastern Syria, a French woman begged for another chance so she and her children could go home. The plight of these women have been ignored and their pleas go unheard. 

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These families and there appalling conditions are examples of numerous helpless and displaced people with no where to go.

The pleas of these women have been ignored and go unheard, perhaps due to their prior association with the barbaric ideology of the so-called ‘Islamic State’.

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The Kurdish authorities have warned that conditions could deteriorate further after the UN Security Council on January 10 voted to restrict cross-border aid

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AFP with additional input from GVS News Desk

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