'I miss family gatherings': Syrians observe Ramadan in camps

Most Syrian refugee families tell the same story; eviction, loss and anxiety over an uncertain future. During the holy month, their yearning to return to their homes and families is stronger than ever.

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    Millions of displaced Syrians are observing the holy month of Ramadan in refugee camps across the country.

    The retreat of ISIL has allowed some families to return home this year, but many are living in desperate circumstances, relying on aid from small local charities.

    Some of those in Idlib province have been telling us their stories.

     

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra brings them together in this report.


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