IHH sets up camp in northern Syria
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is setting up a camp of 55 tents in Bayırbucak for internally displaced people who fled their homes due to escalating bombardments by Asad and Russian forces.
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is setting up a camp of 55 tents in Syria's Bayirbucak region for internally displaced people who fled their homes due to escalating bombardments by Assad and Russian forces.
The camp will accommodate around 200 people who fled their villages such as Toros, Kulcuk, Dervisan, and Ayuslu.
Also IHH is sending over relief aid for shelter such as blankets, and tents to the region.
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