785 ISIS terrorists escape from the Ain Issa camp in northeastern Syria
The Kurdish authorities announced on Sunday 13 October that 785 women and children of foreign fighters of the ISIS terrorist group had managed to escape from a camp of displaced persons in Ain Issa.
A massive escape: it was the camp administration that reported the escape of 785 close to terrorists, assuring that "the camp of Ain Issa was now without guards", the latter having "left" the premises. The displaced are fleeing "gradually", the Kurds claim. The Ain Issa camp, located in northern Syria in the Raqqa region, is home to 13,000 displaced people, including 785 foreigners.
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