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Middle East With Mosul under siege, an unlikely chance to save ISIS-enslaved Yazidis?

When Iraqi forces moved on Mosul, IS moved enslaved Yazidis back to Syria, frustrating activists trying to free them. But their relocation might make it easier to find and rescue them.

Ari Jalal/Reuters

Ghazal Salim had spent more than two years in slavery under the so-called Islamic State when her chance for freedom finally came.

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