Hundreds of children from 30 countries in Syria are searching for those who are pulling them out of their living conditions[/size] Twilight News
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More than 2,500 foreign children from 30 countries are currently being distributed to three IDP camps in northeastern Syria, half of them fled since the beginning of the year from the last enclave under the control of an al-Qa'ida organization in the east of the country, the Save the Children organization said on Thursday. .
Syrian forces, backed by the international coalition, have intensified their offensive in recent weeks against the terrorist organization's eastern enclave of Deir Ez-Zour, where it has been besieged in half a square kilometer after fighting against it on several fronts in the last two years.
"More than 2,500 children from more than 30 countries are living in three IDP camps in northeastern Syria, including 38 unaccompanied children," the organization said in a statement Thursday, calling on the international community to take "necessary measures to ensure their security."
According to the organization, "560 foreign families with more than 1,100 children, as well as thousands of Syrian families," have been on the move of Syria's democratic forces in the last enclave of the organization in eastern Syria since January.
They joined the "thousands of other people who moved to live in the camps" fleeing the fighting in the north in 2017, which ended with the control of Syria's democratic forces over the city, which was the main stronghold of radical organization in Syria.