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Pour sortir de la crise engendrée par le scrutin sur l’indépendance du Kurdistan, les dirigeants de la région prônent un dialogue avec Bagdad
Nadia Murad est une survivante du génocide yazidi. Elle a récemment témoigné de son expérience d'otage de l'Etat islamique
“Many Yazidis will look upon this prize and think of family members that were lost, are still unaccounted for and of the fate of 1,300 women and children, which remain in captivity.”
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
UK citizens protested in London in solidarity with former soldier that joined Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State.
Locals say Baghdad is not ensuring the protection of survivors.
The harrowing story is the most shocking case of a former survivor of the ISIS genocide in Iraq, that led to the ethnic cleansing of more than 400,000 Yazidis.
Ankara: He was one of most wanted PKK terrorists
Activists on social media hope to raise awareness for thousands of missing people kidnapped by ISIS in 2014, hold events around the world and online
For Yazidis, stability appears far off.
The Moria camp on Lesbos has been the center of brawls before between refugees who are stuffed into a facility of 7,000 inhabitants that has been operating at 300% of capacity for months.
With the PKK gone, it is unclear what comes next. Threats of a Turkish campaign may be reduced, but the presence of Shi’ite militias and the uncertainty looming over the Yazidis does not bode well.
“Many Yazidis are hesitant to leave Afrin because they think they won’t ever be able to return.”
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