Yazidi Women Still Suffering Trauma From IS Captivityi
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    Dakhil Shammo
    May 25, 2016 12:26 AM
    Thousands of Yazidi women and girls who were kidnapped by the Islamic State group and forced to become sex slaves continue to suffer the trauma of their captivity long after escaping the militants. Now living in refugee camps, many say they often do not get the help they desperately need. With Robert Raffaele narrating, VOA’s Dakhil Shammo reports.

    Yazidi Women Still Suffering Trauma From IS Captivity

    Published May 24, 2016

    Thousands of Yazidi women and girls who were kidnapped by the Islamic State group and forced to become sex slaves continue to suffer the trauma of their captivity long after escaping the militants. Now living in refugee camps, many say they often do not get the help they desperately need. With Robert Raffaele narrating, VOA’s Dakhil Shammo reports.


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