ISIS dumped up to 12,000 people in mass graves, U.N. says

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By Reuters

BAGHDAD — More than 200 mass graves have been uncovered in parts of Iraq formerly controlled by Islamic State fighters, according to the United Nations.

The graves contain the remains of thousands of people who are believed to be the victims of the Sunni militant group.


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