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In Syria camp, uncertain future for foreign IS orphans


Displaced Syrian women volunteer as caretakers for orphans of foreign Islamic State(IS) group fighters, saying the children are still visibly scarred after living with their late parents under IS, at Ain issa camp in Syria's northwestern Raqqa province.

Added on the 02/10/2019 20:57:02 - Copyright : AFP EN

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