New batch of 141 women, children and the elderly leave al-Hol Camp

The administration of al-Hol camp has got out a new batch of displaced people from northern and eastern Syria from the camp.

The administration of al-Hol camp located 45 km east of the city of al-Hasakah in northeastern Syria, is home to more than 71,000 people between IDPs, refugees, and ISIS mercenary families. It is one of the largest self-sponsored camps in northern and eastern Syria, in cooperation with some international organizations and local associations.

The administration of al-Hol Camp took out on July 3 of this year, and on the 11 of the same month, the first batch, which included 217 families from the towns of al-Raqqa and al-Tabqa, and included in the second batch, the people of Deir ez-Zor city, where the number of people who returned reached 201 displaced.

The number of displaced people who left the camp and returned to their homes has reached 1172 people, after the last batch of 36 displaced people from Deir ez-Zor and al-Raqqa came out as part of the return program. so far, 1313 people have returned to their homes.



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