Investigators have found 202 mass graves in Iraq, a grisly reminder of the Islamic State's terror-based control of large parts of that country, according to a new report by the United Nations. The agency says at least 6,000 people were buried at the sites — and possibly more than 12,000. "Victims include women, children, elderly and persons with disabilities, members and former members of the Iraqi armed forces and police, and some foreign workers," according to the report, titled "Unearthing Atrocities," from the U.N. Human Rights Office and the U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq . Scattered across Iraq's north and west, the graves are a reminder of the Islamic State's shocking cruelty, violence and disregard for human life in the dark period from 2014...
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Islamic State Dumped At Least 6,000 Bodies In Mass Graves In Iraq, U.N. Says