Women who left Al-Hol Camp arrive at Raqqa

The third batch of the displaced residents at Al-Hol Camp, that was composed of women willing to leave the camp, have arrived at the city of Raqqa.

Yesterday evening, 35 Syrian families that left Al-Hol Camp, to the east of the city of Al-Hasaka, and was made up of 117 people, of women and children, had arrived at the city of Raqqa.  

The families were received by the Joint Presidency of the Civil Council of Raqqa Laila Mustafa and Mohamed Nur Al-Theeb, administrator at the General Relations Office and a number of notables and tribes of Raqqa.

As the families arrived, Health Committee of the Civil Council of Raqqa made every necessary medical checks, besides taking security measures and ID documentations to be handed over to their relatives.  

The Al-Hol Camp management continues to exit Syrian families willing to return to their homes after the camp undergone unrest and witnessed many killing cases.

These journeys are in compliance with the decree passed by the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria on October 10th, that Syrian displaced families that will to leave Al-Hol Camp, would be allowed exit.



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