More than 60,000 people have been displaced in camps in northeastern Syria following the start of Turkey's military offensive, according to the International Rescue Committee (IRC)
"In the last 24 hours it's reported that more than 64,000 people fled their homes in northeast Syria. If the offensive continues it's possible a total of 300,000 people could be displaced to already overstretched camps and towns still recovering from the fight against ISIS," said Misty Buswell, IRC's communications director for the Middle East.
The IRC is on the ground and continuing to work to provide humanitarian aid.
The following video features CNN's Clarissa Ward on the ground in Northern Syria answering questions about the Turkish military offensive: