SINUNI, Iraq (Reuters) – A group of Yazidi women and children returned to Iraq from Syria on Friday, several witnesses in the northern Iraqi town of Sinuni told Reuters. The group includes three women and 18 children, thought to have been held in Islamic State captivity in Syria….

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