The Turkish-backed Syrian National Army on Monday held 13 Daesh families, mostly Russians, who were freed by Kurdish-led militias from Ain Issa camp in northeastern Syria.
The footage, which obtained by Zaman al-Wasl newspaper, shows 11 Russian women and two Turkish women with their children.
According to the Foregin Policy, there are at least 10,000 detained Islamic State fighters in several prisons across northeastern Syria, including roughly 2,000 foreign fighters. In addition, there are more than 100,000 Islamic State family members and other displaced persons in camps in the region, including 70,000 in al-Hol refugee camp.
Source: Zaman al-Wasl.