Amnesty reports that women suspected of Isis links face sexual violence in IDP camps, amid claims they are being denied aid
Iraqi women suspected of family links to Islamic State extremists are facing a campaign of sexual violence and exploitation in displacement camps inside the country, according to a hard-hitting report from Amnesty International.
The accounts of violence, including rape, come amid claims that authorities are also denying aid to the women, as well as refusing them the opportunity to return to their homes.
The very people who are supposed to be protecting them are turning into predators
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