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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After surviving IS, Yazidi woman tells story of captivity

Among thousands fleeing the crumbling dream of an Islamic State group “caliphate” in eastern Syria are alleged jihadists but also survivors of some of their worst atrocities. Sabha Hassan, a Yazidi woman, tells her horrifying story after five years of being an IS hostage and subject to physical and emotional abuse.

Nobel peace prize shines light on rape in conflict

Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Yazidi activist Nadia Murad, a survivor of ISIS sexual slavery, stand up against sexual violence in conflict, and challenge the world to combat rape as a weapon of war, ahead of receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.

Murad: Winning 2018 Nobel Peace Prize is a ‘great honour’

Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad says being selected as the co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize came as a “surprise” and “great honour” and at the same time comes with “great responsibility.” The 25 year old was speaking during a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington. SOUNDBITE

Yazidis celebrate their daughter’s Nobel prize

Yazidi pilgrims gather at the Lalish temple in northern Iraq for their most important ritual, a seven-day festival, known as the Jemayyiat, their joy doubled on hearing that their “daughter” Nadia Murad had won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Pride on streets of Kinshasha following Peace Prize announcement

Residents of Kinshasha, DR Congo, tell of their pride following the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege. The other recipient was Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad. The pair won the award for their work in fighting sexual violence in conflicts around the world.

DR Congo’s Dr Mukwege and Yazidi Murad win Nobel Peace Prize

Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad win the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize for their work in fighting sexual violence in conflicts around the world. SOUNDBITE