Associated Press

Associated Press 20 May 2020

Former IS slaves try to rebuild lives

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For Yazidi women like Laila Taloo, the Islamic State's self-declared caliphate meant death to their men, rape and slavery for them. IS no longer holds any territory in Iraq and Syria, but many Yazidis are still missing. (May 21)


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