200,000 Migrants are Suffering in Syria and Iraq
After the first weeks of winter in Syria, hundreds of thousands of migrants are back to their suffering due to the snow, rain, cold, and floods which devastate the camps and in Iraq many have same condition.
In the northern countryside of Aleppo, at least 200,000 migrants are suffering difficult life conditions due to the lack of food, medicine, clothes, and winter supplements, in addition to the lack of medical crew, amid ignorance by the international organizations and UNHCR.
In neighbouring Iraq Scores of internally displaced persons fled Bazwaya village as Iraqi forces closed in on the militant-held city of Mosul.
Civilians living under ISIS rule fled on trucks from villages surrounding the Gogjali, a neighbourhood on the city's easternm outskirts.
Iraqi officials say no advances are planned for Wednesday, as high humidity and clouds obscure the view of aircraft and drones.
The pause comes after Iraqi troops on Tuesday set foot in the city for the first time in more than two years, gearing up for urban warfare expected to take weeks, if not months
Also in Syria the migrants who are taking shelter in the camps on the roads of Yazibagh and Sajo al-Armota are facing difficult life conditions, the camps contain 200,000 migrants from Tal Refaat, Helfaya, Kafar Nayah, Der Jamal, and other villages in the northern and northern eastern countryside, the camps are not enough for such numbers of migrants who confirmed that SDF forced them to flee away from these villages, while many others fled their village after massive bombardment by Russian and Syrian warplanes, the civilians planted their camps between the trees on the Syrian-Russian borders, London-Based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports.
We in the SOHR call for the UNHCR and all the international organizations to move immediately to rescue the migrants on the border with Turkey and provide them with food and medicine, as the Syrian people continue suffering the massive bombardment and clashes daily
Source: Al Alam