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as women and children are evacuated from Islamic states last tiny piece of land in Syria the stories are changing gone all the Niles that they had anything to do with the great the last women all defiance and loyal to the militant group landed a lead we left to get treatment don't ask me how it was because as long as we are alive it still exists and it is not over show the situation was very good if it wasn't good why would we have left that we were happy , many of the families coming out now in this last phase say they are the wives and children office manic state fighters some women say they have no regrets about living under Islamic states and would have liked to stay some of them said they came out seeking medicine or because their husbands were kids the people coming out last night and today appear very tired they are covered and soaked and are hungry they came out with many crying children that's the F. which is led by Kurdish forces will not transfer them to camps in north east Syria which are already overcrowded with distaste beat the , the pro Islamic state loyalties among evacuees show the potential risk it's still poses despite its leasing land as the numbers continue to grow the U. S. backed forces Hey all calling for help from foreign governments saying the burden and risk of holding these people is growing