Detention camp for Isis families a breeding ground for jihadists — and coronavirus

 Murder and disease are rampant at the squalid al-Hawl facility, and the administrators admit they are fast losing control. Anthony Loyd reports

Knife, rope, gun, fever: there are innumerable ways to die behind the wire in al-Hawl camp. The young woman half-exhumed from a shallow grave in the camp had a rope ligature around her neck, and had been strangled.

The body of another woman lying inside a tent had a single bullet wound. The corpses of four young adults — three sisters and their brother — lay side by side in the dust between a row of tents. All had been stabbed multiple times.



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