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A Yazidi family has arrived in Winnipeg to start a new life.
A first-person account of what happened after two Yazidi women were captured by Islamic State is as gripping as it is appalling.
The imposing mass of Mount Sinjar, rising out of Iraq's Nineveh plains, stands as a monument to both barbarity and the extraordinary bravery of the Yazidi people.
As the IS group loses control of one city after another in its self-styled caliphate, it is tightening its grip on its captives, taking the Yazidis deeper into its territory and selling them as chattel on popular encrypted apps such as Telegram and WhatsApp.
Lamiya Aji Bashar, an 18-year-old Yazidi girl, described how she was abducted along with her sisters and brothers when IS overran her village in 2014.
Newstalk's Shona Murray spoke to a young Yazidi woman about her ordeal
Nadia Murad Basee Taha unter die die 100 einflussreichsten Menschen gewählt.
Stuck in refugee camps after fleeing IS, Yazidis have few options, especially since the Middle East's most vulnerable people have been excluded from international migration talks.
Shirin, an 18-year-old Yazidi woman, writes about the terrors she endured in captivity of the Islamist terror organization "IS" and the consequences it still has for her as a refugee in Germany.
More than 10 million Iraqis are in need of immediate humanitarian aid, according to UN estimates.