ISIS commander: Yazidi women, children abducted, taken to Mosul

ISIS fighters abducted more than 100 Yazidi women and children from the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, a senior commander with the extremist group told CNN by telephone on Wednesday.

The ISIS commander, who has knowledge of the events that unfolded in the town, said the fighters killed a large number of men when they took over the town more than a week ago.

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"At that time, they took Yazidi women and children, and I can confirm those women and children have entered Mosul," the commander said.

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