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ISIL fighters' families: Wives, children stranded in Syrian camps

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More than 100 families of the ISIL (ISIS) group have been allowed to leave an overcrowded camp controlled by Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces is allowing families to go home from the al-Hol camp but more than 60,000 people remain there.
The United Nations is calling for them to be repatriated.

Al Jazeera’s Andrew Chappelle reports..

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