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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.
Nurse Areej Obeidat checks on one of her younger patients at an IRC clinic in Mafraq, Jordan.
Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp on the Jordan-Syria border.
Knitting is one of many activities at the IRC’s women’s centers in Lebanon. At the centers women can share their experiences and work though emotional trauma together.
Jihan Bakar, 43, with her children, from left: Zakaria, (8), Adar (3) and Zekra (7). Her husband was killed by a bomb in Syria.
Syrian Kurd refugees at the Domiz camp near the city of Duhok, northern Iraq.
A girl whose family fled horrific violence in Syria.
A man carries water on a street in Zaatari refugee camp on the Jordan-Syria border.
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