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Women interviewed for International Rescue Committee report tell of attacks involving kidnap, rape, torture and murder
A young refugee at the Domiz camp, northern Iraq.
Targeted by death squads, raped by soldiers, tortured by the state: around the world, more than 40 million people have been forced out of their homes. Here are some of their stories.
A girl whose family fled horrific violence in Syria.
Over 250,000 Syrians have fled into neighboring countries since the start of the the conflict in 2011.
According to the United Nations, 2,000 to 3,000 Syrians are now fleeing their country daily amid a surge in violence across much of Syria.
This refugee family is visiting one of the IRC’s primary care clinics in Jordan that provide free treatment and prescriptions to both Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians.
Syrian women await a distribution of aid in the northern Jordanian city of Ramtha. Women and girls fleeing Syria say they have been directly targeted in the ongoing conflict.
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