ISIL fighters' families held against their will in Iraq and Syria

Thousands of women and children who lived with the group have been accused of being accomplices.

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    Thousands of women and children captured after the defeat of ISIL in Iraq are being held in detention facilities.

    Human Rights Watch is urging nations to repatriate their citizens and hold fair trials for those accused of being associated with the armed group.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Al Qaim, on the Iraqi-Syrian border.


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