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Dirt-covered skulls and bones scattered among ragged clothing in a ditch in north Iraq are all that remain of some two dozen people believed to have been murdered by ISIS militants.The two graves in Hardan have yet to be excavated, but Saleh said the site near Snuny contained the remains of about 25 members of the Yazidi religious minority.At first glance, the massacre site appears to be a place where old clothes and other rubbish have been dumped, but a closer inspection reveals bones also lying in the ditch.Ali Bazo, who was a resident of the nearby Khana Sur housing complex but now lives in a camp for displaced people, came to the massacre site to search for signs of his father, who was seized by ISIS when it overran the area last August.
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