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Nobel laureate Nadia Murad's fight to bring ISIS to court

CBS News Monday, 5 October 2020
Nobel laureate Nadia Murad's fight to bring ISIS to courtThe 2018 Nobel Peace Prize recipient tells 60 Minutes why she and her lawyer, Amal Clooney, want ISIS tried for war crimes and genocide. Scott Pelley reports.
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