One year later, struggle continues for Yazidis| glObserver Global Economics

“It’s just unbearable,” Abbas, 40, said of the excessive heat. “There is little electricity. We get it for three hours and then no electricity for the next three hours.

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Ismael Mohammed, the deputy governor of Dahuk who is in charge of matters involving the refugees and internally displaced persons, told Al-Monitor that nearly 450,000 Yazidis have been scattered around 14 camps in Dahuk province since Aug. 3, 2014, when they were uprooted by the Islamic State (IS) from their historical homeland in Sinjar in western Ninevah province. He said, “Many have also settled in the cities or outside Dahuk.”

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