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Between them, the two scenes of horror on Sinjar mountain contain six burial sites and the bodies of more than 100 people, just a small fraction of the mass graves Daesh (ISIS) extremists have scattered across Iraq and Syria.In Syria, AP has obtained locations for 17 mass graves, including one with the bodies of hundreds of members of a single tribe all but exterminated when Daesh extremists took over their region.Of the 72 mass graves documented by AP, the smallest contains three bodies; the largest is believed to hold thousands, no one knows for sure.Over six days, Arkan and his comrades watched helplessly as the fighters brought out three more groups of men – several dozen each, usually with hands bound – to the crossroads and killed them.
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