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Nineteen-year-old Farida recalls weeping as she stood among 80 other girls in a large room as men—young and old—looked them over like chattel in Raqqa, the ISIS capital in eastern Syria, according to NBC News. SEE ALSO: Hundreds Protest Police Shooting Of Homeless Man For Throwing Rocks [VIDEO] After ISIS fighters overran her village in August, […]
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