Middle East

Iraq begins examining Yazidi mass graves remains

FILE - In this March 15, 2019 file photo, Iraqi Yazidi women mourn during the exhumation process of a mass grave in Iraq's northwestern region of Sinjar. The head of Iraq's forensics administration said Sunday, June 9, 2019, that his office will begin DNA testing to identify the remains of 141 bodies found in mass graves, believed to contain the Yazidi victims of the Islamic State group's campaign of massacres five years ago. (AP Photo/Farid Abdulwahed, File)





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