(CBC) The end of ISIS is being proclaimed as both imminent and inevitable, but the ordeal is far from over for the thousands of Yazidi women and children finally escaping the caliphate's clutches.
"Some of them have been beaten, many of them have been raped," said Jane Arraf, an international correspondent for National Public Radio.
"Some of the children have been with families who made them forget their original language, Kurdish, who made them forget their original names," she told The Current's Anna Maria Tremonti.
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"So it's extremely disorientating."