Syria: Refugees from Mosul flowed to Hol camp in Hasaka.
Hundreds of refugees from the Iraqi city Mosul flowed to Hol refugee camp in Hasaka northeastern Syria due to the ongoing war in Iraq that deprived them of home and drink and living in security and peace.
As a result of the suffering caused by the war in Iraq, Iraqi refugees headed to Hol camp in Hasaka northeastern Syria despite the fact that the infrastructure of the camp is not livable.
Their suffering represented in to living for a number of days without home, food or drink, before they were displacement at the hands of smugglers who got paid to get them to the camp.
It is worth to mention that there are a lot of families who seek to emigrate or flee to safer areas of wars and destruction.\