120 families leave Al-Hawl, hundreds of Albanians remain stuck in the Syrian camp



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More than 500 Syrians, some of whom suspected to have links to the Islamic State militants, fled the overcrowded Al-Hawl camp on Monday, Kurdish officials said.

The Kurdish-run camp is in the northeast of the country, which has been already destroyed by the war.

The news was confirmed by a Kurdish official, who controls the camp.

A large number of Albanians from Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia continue to stay in the Al-Hawl camp and other Syrian camps.

Some days ago, a woman and four children were able to return to Albania from Syria.



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