Two Kurdish Yezidi girls freed from ISIS captivity
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Two more Kurdish Yezidi girls have been liberated after more than four years in Islamic State (IS) captivity.
Security sources identified the two as “Inas” and “Fayrouz”.
They were taken by the extremist group to Syria after their abduction. However, it was not clear whether they were still in Syria at the time of their liberation.
The two are now reunited with their families.
IS jihadists had kidnapped over 6,000 Yezidis back in August 2014 when they overran Sinjar. Since then, more than 3,100 have been liberated or they managed to escape themselves.