An agreement between the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria and local tribes has paved the way for hundreds of family members of ISIS fighters to undergo rehabilitation and societal reintegration.
Many of the women and children currently living in the overpopulated al-Hol Camp in Syria are foreign citizens who left their country to join ISIS. With their countries refusing to take them back, the residents do not know what their fate will be.
Once the de-facto capital of the Palestinian diaspora, the Yarmouk Camp in Damascus is witnessing heavy fighting between the Syrian Arab Army and the ISIS militants who took over much of the camp in 2015.
10,000 civilians are believed to be trapped in the Yarmouk Camp of Damascus after the Syrian Arab Army and allied Palestinian factions launched an offensive against the deeply-entrenched positions of ISIS militants.