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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ap/aw (Reuters, AP, AFP)
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