‘It’s like Guantanamo on an epic scale’

For more than five years, thousands of people with perceived connections to ISIS have been locked up in detention camps, prisons and rehabilitation centers across northeastern Syria. Women and children make up a significant part of the population. The World’s Shirin Jaafari visited several of these sites and brings us the first of a three-part series about this forgotten legacy of the war against ISIS.

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