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An Asian country takes back dozens of its nationals detained in Syria

The Uzbek government announced the recovery of dozens of children and women from its citizens from Al-Hol camp in Syria, who were being held in one of the detention centers designated for the families of ISIS militants.
The number of those retaken from Tashkent is 94, 24 women and 69 children.
The Uzbek government said in a statement that “among those who have been returned are women who were forced to marry more than once due to the death of their husbands during the armed conflict.”
The Syrian Democratic Forces control the prison, which includes thousands of ISIS militants and armed families who were killed in Syria.


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