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Refugee Story: Indignity, Danger for Women in IS-Held Mosul

Women who have escaped Mosul, Iraq, where military forces have been battling Islamic State fighters, say amid the terror and suffering imposed on them by IS rule are more subtle, but deeply disturbing abuses. It was worth risking their lives, they say, to escape a world where strange men hurl insults and punishments at them for even the slightest infraction of IS 'rules.'   An ordinary shopping trip, for example, could be dangerous, says Issra, a 30-year-old mother of two...

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