Senior vicar ‘considered paying Isis $17,500 to free sex slaves’
Canon Andrew White says he never intended to transfer money to the terrorist group
Yazidis struggle to find an identity in post-Soviet Georgian landscape
Having been dangerously close to losing their presence in Georgian society, Yazidi leaders are coming together to protect the faith, finds Lemma Shehadi in Tbilisi
Iraqi politicians propose law to let girls as young as nine marry
United Nations and regional women’s rights activists say bill that would apply to Shia community violates child protection measures
Isis among terrorist groups using slaves for recruitment and funding
MPs call on authorities to explore links between sexual violence, domestic abuse, modern slavery, trafficking and terrorism
When is genocide not genocide? When it should be 'femicide'
The minister defined 'femicide' as 'the persecution of women because they are women'
Isis forces sex slaves to take birth control to continue raping them
Birth control pills and injections are forced on captives in order to stop them from becoming pregnant so they can repeatedly raped and sold between their captors