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Aid Agencies Warn of Iraq Refugees' Mental Health Crisis

Aid agencies say there is a desperate need to train more mental health professionals in Iraq to treat the survivors of Islamic State kidnappings and attacks. In 2014, Islamic State militants entered 17-year-old Nihad Barakat's Yazidi village in northern Iraq. They killed the men and kidnapped 28 members of her family. Speaking at a news conference in London Wednesday, Nihad described what happened next. "The worst torture happened to us in Mosul, she says. The girls were...

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