UN located more than 200 mass graves in Iraq

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  • 13:29 6 November 2018
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GENEVA-  UNAMI Human's Rights Office and OHCHR, have located more than 200 mass graves in Iraq, in a district controlled by ISIS between 2014 and 2017.

United Nations Iraq Mission (UNAMI) Human's Right's Office and United Nations Human's Rights Office of the High Commissioner have released a report of crimes committed by ISIS in Iraq between 2014 and 2017.
According to the report, 202 mass graves were located in Ninova, Selahaddin and Anbar provinces in Iraq. According to the report, the number of the mass graves can be higher. In the report with the unclear number, " 8 bodies were located in a little mass grave in the west of Mosul. The numbers could go higher to thousands in the west of Khasfa." was indicated. The report stated that forensic supplies are needed to determine the numbers.