Afghanistan: Foreigners, including American, targeted in kidnapping attempts in Kabul; US embassy issues warning
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May 5, 2016
When Islamic State (Isis) swept into the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar in 2014, a few young Yazidi women took up arms against the militants attacking women and girls from their community. Haseba Nauzad, the units 24-year-old commander, lost her marriage. She was living with her husband in Turkey when IS (Daesh) swept through northern Iraq and announced its so-called caliphate over areas that included traditional Kurdish lands.
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