A secret camp containing 1,400 abandoned ISIS brides and their children is hidden in the Iraqi desert.
The camp is home to the foreign wives and children of jihadi fighters who have been killed, captured or are missing.
The women surrendered in August, and their location is being kept secret by the Iraqi government because of the risk of reprisals.
Those inside fear they could be slaughtered in retaliation for ISIS atrocities.
But women inside the camp, which is run by the United Nations, have now spoken out about the camp and the grim reality of their lives with ISIS.