Fleeing IS in no man's land
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On the run from IS in no man's land

Some 80,000 people fleeing so-called Islamic State are stranded in no man's land on the border between Syria and Jordan.

They can't enter Jordan and they can't return home. Aid organisations are struggling to help them.

BBC journalists Feras Kilani and Ben Allen visited the settlement. They are the first journalists to enter the area.

  • 03 Feb 2017
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