In Syria, the Women and Children of ISIS Have Been Forgotten Leaving thousands of detained Islamic State supporters and their families in poorly guarded camps poses a national security threat for.
Photo Essay: A Syrian City in Jordan. Maha Yahya;. In this photo,. where multiple states of order prevail. The conflict in Syria has upended the lives of Zaatari’s inhabitants, however as the war grinds on, the camp is gradually taking on characteristics of permanence.
Syria’s Displaced: A Photo Essay Za’atari refugee camp houses some 80,000 residents, making it one of the largest cities in Jordan. Views from inside the wall.
Photo Essay The Kids of the Islamic State A lens on the thousands of children detained in northeast Syria’s al-Hol camp and the unanticipated humanitarian crisis brought on by the fight against.
In parts of Syria, children are dying because they can't get the medical care they need, and families have had to eat leaves and animal feed because they can't find enough food. We’re supporting families in Syria and surrounding countries, but we urgently need your help to reach more children.
Photo by Maya Hautefeuille Since the fighting began in Syria’s Qalamoun region last year, refugees have been pouring into Arsal, a city sympathetic to the Syrian revolution and plight. Syrians, spread across 54 settlements, soon outnumbered the Lebanese in a prime example of the refugee crisis in Lebanon.
Mar 20 Photo Essay: Civilians Flee from ISIS's Last Remaining Syrian Territory. Navanti. Syria.. Up to 20,000 women and children have been evacuated from Baghuz since the beginning of the operation to capture the town in March,. Apr 3 Photo Essay.