ISIS fighters' wives and children stuck in secret camp

Most are from Turkey, while many others are from former Soviet states, such as Tajikistan, Azerbaijan and Russia, according to Iraqi army and intelligence officers.

They sleep on mattresses crawling with bugs in tents without air-conditioning. There is no escape and they live in fear of revenge attacks.Such is the lot of the foreign wives of ISIS fighters, and their children, who are being held in a desert camp in Iraq at a secret location.Now, footage has emerged in which they vent their frustration, and their longing to go home.'Most here came with their husbands. We didn't come here to fight or to kill. We came here to live,' one woman says in the vid...