Dead Body Found in Sewage Network of Syria’s Notorious Camp for IS Families
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Dead Body Found in Sewage Network of Syria’s Notorious Camp for IS Families

ERBIL — Kurdish security forces on Saturday found a dead body inside the sewage network of Camp al-Hol, in east of the Kurdish province of Hassakah, a war monitoring group confirmed. 

The victim was a woman whose nationality is not revealed yet. She was reportedly shot dead in the third section of the camp and dumped inside the sewage, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Right (SOHR). 

The London-based human rights watchdog said the assassination is likely to have been carried out by the sleeper cells of the Islamic State (IS) inside the overcrowded camp. 

On May 2, SOHR reported the assassination of an Iraqi woman in the first section of Camp al-Hol. According to the organization’s statistics, at least 15 assassinations have been recorded in the first half of May only. 

Al-Hol camp is home to 16,404 families (60,351 individuals), including 8,256 Iraqi families (30,738 people), and 5,619 Syrian families (21,058 people). 

Also, there are more than 2,529 foreign families, consisting of over 8,500 individuals. 

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