Yezidi Stranded on Mt. Sinjar Return to Iraqi Kurdistan

FISHKHABOUR, IRAQ: Men carry a Yezidi woman who fainted after crossing from Syria back into Iraq. Tens of thousands of Yezidi--an minority ethno-religious group in Iraq--have made there way to safety after being stranded on Mt. Sinjar. They escaped to the mountain after coming under attack by ISIL (The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant). After days of being stranded, they were able to safely descend the mountain into Syria and then cross back into Iraq further north. (Photo by Sebastian Meyer/Corbis via Getty Images)
FISHKHABOUR, IRAQ: Men carry a Yezidi woman who fainted after crossing from Syria back into Iraq. Tens of thousands of Yezidi--an minority ethno-religious group in Iraq--have made there way to safety after being stranded on Mt. Sinjar. They escaped to the mountain after coming under attack by ISIL (The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant). After days of being stranded, they were able to safely descend the mountain into Syria and then cross back into Iraq further north. (Photo by Sebastian Meyer/Corbis via Getty Images)
Yezidi Stranded on Mt. Sinjar Return to Iraqi Kurdistan
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