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Iraq: Yezidi child survivors of ‘Islamic State’ facing unprecedented health crisis

WorldNews Thursday, 30 July 2020
Iraq: Yezidi child survivors of ‘Islamic State’ facing unprecedented health crisisAlmost 2,000 Yezidi children who have returned to their families after being held captive by the armed group calling itself Islamic State (IS) are facing a physical and mental health crisis, Amnesty International warned in a new report published today. The report, Legacy of Terror: The Plight of Yezidi Child Survivors of ISIS, also addresses the urgent need to end the enforced separation of women and their children born of sexual violence by IS members. Between 2014 and 2017, IS committed war crimes, crimes against humanity, and what the UN describes as genocide against the Yezidi community in Iraq. While the nightmare of their past has receded, hardships remain for these children Matt Wells...
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