The Iraqi government has again promised to evacuate its citizens who want to return, having sought refuge in northern and eastern Syria. The Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights and Refugee Affairs has renewed promises to repatriate its citizens after Eid al-Fitr.
Al-Hol camp administration is seeking to open three field hospitals inside the camp to provide health care, respond quickly to the sick conditions and serve more than 73,000 displaced persons and refugees. Supplying the three field hospitals are currently in the final stage of providing technical equipment.
The Economic and Agriculture Body in Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria has prepared 15 grain -receiving centers to accommodate thousands of tons, defined its conditions for receiving the crops from the farmers and announced that it will receive wheat and barley marketed to the centers.
A number of residents of Kobanî canton denounced the practices of the Turkish occupation army to burn agricultural land belonging to the people west of the city of Kobanî, and appealed to the international community to intervene and put an end to the Turkish violations.
The movement through the border crossing of Semalka stopped until further notice because of the high level of the Tigris River due to the heavy rains that have fallen since Saturday.
The effects of their inhalation of poison gas and their injuries are still clear, as they were not treated as a result of their difficult financial condition, but they did not give up and their desire to lift the siege on their neighborhood was achieved.
The urbanization movement in the city of al-Raqqa is witnessing a remarkable recovery as the people continue to come to their homes, while the concerned authorities are seeking to provide the necessary facilities to activate the urbanization and reconstruction of the city.
The Agricultural Committees of the Councils of al-Hamarat and al-Karama towns in the eastern countryside of al-Raqqa have rehabilitated and organized two irrigation water pumps, serving more than 7,000 dunums of agricultural lands.
After a shell fell on their house and he escaped death, he fled to another part of the city and lived in a house without a roof or windows. As a result of poverty, he left his city and fled to a village of its western countryside with his family, but he has suffered a lot from the war that inflicted to the amputation of his leg as he has become disabled, but that did not prevent him from practicing his hobby of playing football.
The number of refugees and displaced persons in al-Hol camp reached more than 43,000 refugees and displaced within 1,500 tents run by the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria(DAA), and the camp has become the destination of nearly 31,000 displaced people from Hajin area east of Deir ez-Zor.
Ain Issa camp includes about 13 thousands displaced persons, 70% fled from areas under the control of loyal factions to Turkey and IS mercenaries, and areas under the control of the regime to find safety in north-east Syria.
30 students from different regions and cities of northern and eastern Syria joined a training course at the Health Academy in Rojava, in Serê Kaniyê city, during which the administration of the academy said that work in the field of health is humane and the aim of the opening of the courses is serving the society and providing the medical assistance.