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Yazidi women struggle to recover from ISIS brutality

  • Aired: 12/18/2017
  • 09:33
  • Rating: NR
Yazidi women, who were sold as sex slaves by Islamic State militants, are now returning to their families from formerly ISIS-controlled territories. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson visits the Yazidi religious community in Iraq to hear the stories of these survivors and what they are doing to move on with their lives.
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Yazidi women share a bittersweet religious celebration while still haunted by memories.
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