Charity helping Yazidi survivors of Isis sexual slavery shut down

Kurdish authorities’ closure of Yazda leaves more than 1,200 women and children without any support, warn activistsKurdish authorities have shut down a key charity that was supporting women and children from the Yazidi minority who survived Isis sexual slavery.The decision to abruptly close Yazda leaves more than 1,200 women and children without material, psychological or social support, charity officials and human rights activists warn. Related: 'You will stay here until you die': one woman's rescue from Isis Continue reading......
28 Published By - theguardian.middleeast - 2017.01.12. 06:00
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