How one Syrian camp shows the fight against ISIS isn't over

AL-HOL, Syria — On a barren stretch of desert roadway in northeastern Syria lies the al-Hol refugee camp — a sprawling sea of tents, home to nearly 70,000 people. More than 90 percent of its inhabitants are women and young children, many under 12, according to the United Nations, which has dozens of workers at the camp.


The camp is less than 200 miles north of Baghouz on the Iraqi border, the last stronghold of ISIS fighters to...