Publish dateWednesday 29 June 2022 - 11:38
Story Code : 254979
100 people have been killed in Syria
The United Nations says 100 people, including many women and children, have been killed in Syria's al-Hul camp in the past 18 months.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: The United Nations announced on Tuesday that more than 100 people, including a large number of women, have been killed in the Al-Hul refugee camp in Syria in the past 18 months alone.
According to AFP, Imran Reza, the UN coordinator in Syria, called on countries to expel their citizens from the camp, saying that the Al-Hul camp was very insecure and that children in prison has a vague future.
Al-Hul camp, located in a Kurdish-controlled area in northeastern Syria, is a temporary detention center for refugees. The camp currently houses 56,000 people, most of whom are refugees from Syria and Iraq and are being held on suspicion of links to ISIS and extremist groups.
About 94% of the IDPs in the camp are women and children.
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