Iraq: Women with suspected links to 'IS' suffer sexual abuse, Amnesty says


Women and children believed to have links to the “Islamic State” militant group suffer “harrowing” sexual exploitation and discrimination in Iraq’s refugee camps, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.

More than 2 million were displaced from their homes after “IS” militants swept through Iraq in 2014.

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