According to the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Peter Maurer, 1.8 million people remain to be internally displaced in Iraq one year after the end of the liberation operations.
The Lebanese city of Ashqout near the country's lavish Faraya village ski resorts, houses 42 Syrian refugees who fled Aleppo in 2014. According to refugees in the camp, the UNHCR has not provided them assistance in three years.
Fighting in eastern Syria against ISIS is down to its last few weeks with the group confined to the two villages of Marashidah and Safafinah. The clashes have left hundreds of escapees in displacement camps.