Children of Daesh (ISIS) fighters live in the Libyan Red Crescent headquarters in Misrata, a town halfway between Sirte and Tripoli.
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Solace of orphaned children of defeated Libya militantsTraumatized by raging war, their militant parents either killed or missing, 28 children have found solace in each other at a Red Crescent center in Libya's third city Misrata.Ali Mohammad Ahmad, a Red Crescent volunteer, recalls how he had to win over the boy with patience and attention before a smile finally returned to his face.Now, seven months on from the rescue of 52 children aged between five days and nine years from the ruins of Sirte, Mohammad was seen running and shouting with his new extended "family" before throwing himself into Mohammad's arms.Those with at least one Libyan parent have been handed over to family members living in the country.
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