Yazidis, taking refuge in Turkey, on way to northern Iraq

SIRNAK: Yazidi people, who escaped the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) violence in northern Iraq and took refuge in Turkey, began to return to their country.

As winter closes, some large-scale camps were set up in Zaho and Duhok cities in Iraq, which led to an influx. So far around 2,500 people have come back to the camps from Turkish provinces Sanlıurfa, Mardin and Sırnak.

A great majority of Yazidis left camps set up in Sırnak’s Silopi district and set off to reach camps in their country. There are now only five families in camp.


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