Some 80,000 people are trapped in a scrub land of hopelessness in a forgotten corner of the Middle East. Huddling in the wind, walled in by desert sandbanks, they have been driven there by war. Abandoned by governments, they are preyed on by the very ISIS gunmen and suicide bombers they fled their homelands to escape. NBC News was given unique access to the area — which one Jordanian official described as an 'imminent threat.'
Hundreds of northern Syrians attempt to find refuge in neighboring Turkey after fighting between Kurdish-led militia and Islamic State intensifies. Some 13,000 Syrians have already crossed into Turkey in the past week.