The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says nearly 80 people have been murdered this year in a detention camp in northeastern Syria holding the wives and children of Islamic State fighters. Camp authorities say the IS wives rule the al-Hol camp with violence as they try to keep the group active years after their defeat. VOA’s Heather Murdock visited the al-Hol and al-Roj detention camps and filed this report. Camera: Ali Zeyno, Yan Boechat

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