Flesh and blood: Yazidi mothers torn between IS offspring, or coming home | AFP

Freed from the Islamic State group, Yazidi mothers are forced into a gutwrenching ultimatum between raising the children born of their IS captors, or returning home to their own families.

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Here’s the latest for Saturday, July 13th: Barry has made landfall weakened to a tropical storm; Louisiana Governor says levees hold but the storm remains a threat; Islamic extremists attack Somali hotel; Meditation helps kids stay calm in class.

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Car bomb hits near church in Qamishli, northeast Syria | AFP

People gather at the scene of a car bomb explosion outside a church in the Kurdish-majority city of Qamishli in northeast Syria. There was no immediate claim for the attack, which Syrian state television said left several people wounded and cars damaged. Syria’s Kurds have led the US-backed fight in the war-torn country against the Islamic State group, which continues to claim deadly attacks despite its territorial defeat in March. IMAGES

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200 corpses found in mass grave in Syria’s Raqa | AFP

Two hundred corpses, including those of people believed to have been executed by the Islamic State group, were found near the Syrian city of Raqa, a local official and a war monitor says.

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Attorneys: SEAL made mistake, but didn’t murder

A military jury sentenced a decorated Navy SEAL to four months of confinement for posing with the body of an Islamic State captive in Iraq, but a judge credited him with enough days to ensure he won’t be locked up. (July 3)

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Navy SEAL sentenced for posing with dead captive

A military jury sentenced a decorated Navy SEAL to four months of confinement for posing with the body of an Islamic State captive in Iraq, but a judge credited him with enough days to ensure he won’t be locked up. (July 3)

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Acquitted Navy SEAL thanks Donald Trump, Fox News

The decorated Navy SEAL who was acquitted of murder in the killing of a wounded Islamic State captive under his care in Iraq in 2017 thanked Fox News, President Donald Trump and two congressmen for their support during his trial. (July 3)

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Nigerians disagree over legacy of a 19th century Fulani Muslim ruler | AFP

In Sokoto, an old city in northern Nigeria, Usmane Dan Fodio’s tomb attracts pilgrims from all over West Africa. For many Muslims, this scholarly and reformist Fulani is considered a saint. In 1808, he established the Caliphate of Sokoto, an Islamic state that extended from Burkina Faso to Cameroon.

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