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Unemployed migrant women in Turkey lured to Syria by jihadists with job promises
Migrant women from countries such as Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan primarily work in Turkey as au pairs or other household service-related jobs, one of the sectors that was hit the hardest after the pandemic reached the country. Four of these women getting swindled by jihadists to come live in jihadist-controlled Syria is a dark reflection of the desperate situation that many migrant workers in Turkey have found themselves in this year.
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