Emerging from Isis genocide, Yazidis in Armenia open temple
In the opening part of her new series, Lemma Shehadi, this year’s winner of The Independent’s Rupert Cornwell prize for foreign journalism, travels to Aknalich, Armenia, to report on the opening of the biggest Yazidi temple in the world and finds a community attempting a renaissance
Yazidi rape survivors forced to abandon children of Isis to return
On fifth anniversary of the Yazidi genocide, survivors struggle with new reality: ‘They are a body without a soul’
Isis torture, child rape and cannibalism described by Yazidi MP
Extremist group have waged campaign of genocide against the minority group
Yazidi activist cries on return to her village for first time
Nadia Murad, who endured hundreds of sexual assaults during her time as Isis’ captive, cries on being reunited with her brother in emotional homecoming
Isis sex slave survivor describes moment her family were massacred
'A year and a half has passed and the genocide against the Yazidis is continuous. We die every day because we see the world silent in the face of our plight'
Former Isis sex slaves take up arms to wage war on their captors
'We have a lot of our women in Mosul being held as slaves. Their families are waiting for them. The liberation might help bring them home'