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Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf bought her at a slave market. Now she wants justice

“Ana” was taken from her family home in Iraq by a group of Islamic State militants to a house converted…

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LIVING ON THE EDGE OF EXTINCTION IN IRAQ

Religious and ethnic minorities in Iraq are living at the edge of extinction. They are marginalized and under threat from…

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Yazidi refugees in Germany suffer severely from 2014 genocide, study says

Iraq at the hands of IS, a new study says the consequences for Yazidi survivors in Germany are severe. Especially…

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After Defeat of ISIS, Iraq’s Assyrians and Yazidis Adjust to Uneasy Peace

ST. MATTHEW’S MONASTERY, Iraq — Some 20 miles from Mosul in northern Iraq’s Nineveh Plains, this Christian monastery has stood…

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Yazidi Women are Strong Enough to Return Home

Yazidi and Assyrian communities are indigenous to Iraq and until this day many do not know what they are because…

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In Iraq, minority children haunted by ghosts of IS captivity

Brainwashed and broken, the Islamic State group’s youngest victims are struggling to recover from years of jihadist captivity as they…

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Yazda announces a high-level conference on the occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Yazidi Genocide in Baghdad

    By Ezidi 24 Yazda announces a high-level conference on the occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Yazidi…

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Kidnapped and sold as a slave, this IS survivor wants to tell the story of Yazidi women

Badeeah Hassan Ahmed is among the few Yazidi women to speak publicly and share her story Badeeah Hassan Ahmed used…

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Removing landmines in Sinjar, Iraq

A boy sits over the ruins of the village school in Sahia village In a series of photographs from his…

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As Canadian writer: It is our moral responsibility to stop this ongoing annihilation of the Yazidi Middle East

  ISIS are waging a war of terror against the people they formerly slaughtered and enslaved, namely the Yazidi people…

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