Group of gang families and migrants arrive in Hawl Camp
1.300 people removed from Baxoz including gang families have arrived in the Hawl Camp.
1.300 people including foreign origin gang members’ families were taken from the Baghouz village in the Hajin town to the east of Deir ez-Zor this morning and have been dropped off at the Hol Camp in Heseke.
ANHA reporters wrote that most of the people arriving at the camp were women and children, and added that the new group arriving in the camp were offered medical services and provided with vital needs by the Heyva Sor a Kurdistane and the camp administration. Pregnant women and the elderly were taken to hospitals in Heseke.
According to information on Hawl Camp administrators, there are citizens of Turkey, Russia and Iraq among the people who arrived in the camp today, as well as people from Aleppo, Hama, Idlib, Raqqa and Bab in Syria.
The number of people removed from Baghouz and arrived at the Hawl Camp in the last two days is 2.800.