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Commemorating International Day Of The Girl

Last December, I sat down with an extraordinary young woman named Nadia Taha. Nadia is Yezedi, a member of an ethnic minority in Iraq that has been brutalized by ISIL. After witnessing six of her nine brothers killed by ISIL, Nadia was sold into slavery. She escaped to Germany after three months, and became a brave and forceful voice advocating against ISIL's atrocities.
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Last December, I sat down with an extraordinary young woman named Nadia Taha. Nadia is Yezedi, a member of an ethnic minority in Iraq that has been brutalized by ISIL. After witnessing six of her nine brothers killed by ISIL, Nadia ...

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