The management of al-Hol camp took out the displaced families from cities in northern and eastern Syria, and their number was 111.
In accordance with the decision of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria to exit the people of northern Syria from al-Hol camp, and based on the sponsors of the clan elders, the administration of al-Hol camp took out the eighth batch of displaced people.
In this context, after completing their papers in accordance with the AA’s decision and the sponsorship of tribal elders, 62 displaced families from Deir Ezzor city’s displaced got out of the camp on Sunday with a total of 398 people.
They got out collectively from al-Hol camp through machineries allocated by the camp administration to get them to Deir Ezzor.
On November 24, the camp administration drove out 111 families, including 366 women and children who had nothing to do with ISIS mercenaries, and all of them were from al-Raqqa.