At least 84 people have died since December on their way to Al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria

GENEVA: At least 84 individuals, 66% of them youngsters, have kicked the bucket since December on their approach to Al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria in the wake of escaping Daesh in the Deir Ezzor locale, the United Nations said on Friday. “There are reports of 175 kids having been hospitalized because of therapeutic side effects from extreme intense ailing health,” Jens Laerke, representative of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), additionally told a news instructions, refering to reports from UN agencies and help bunches on the ground. Some 13,000 individuals fled Deir Ezzor a week ago, a significant number of them touching base at al-Hol, and the mass migration proceeds on what is a “long and tiring voyage”, he said.

In the mean time, the Russian military says the Syrian government is sending guards to clear an exile camp in southern Syria where several thousands experience the ill effects of absence of nourishment and therapeutic supplies. Col. Gen. Mikhail Mizintsev said the Syrian guards are going on Friday to the Rukban camp and encouraged the U.S. military in the zone to verify its sheltered entry. Russia has accused the US for neglecting to give ordinary conditions in the camp, which is home to around 40,000 people. Mizintsev says the US military would bear “full duty regarding the sheltered entry” of guards through its zone of control.The Russian military said it will cooperate with the Syrian armed force to escort the caravans as they head to brief settlement communities for exiles built up in a few Syrian regions.

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