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In Mosul, ISIS’ youngest recruits still face brutality

  • Aired: 11/22/2017
  • 09:20
  • Rating: NR
Mosul may be liberated from ISIS, but the group’s brutal rule is still felt by the city’s youngest citizens. Thousands of children came of age under ISIS control, and many were recruited to fight, kill and die for the Islamic state. After Mosul’s liberation, many “cubs of the Caliphate” were arrested and sent to prisons meant to “rehabilitate them.” Special correspondent Marcia Biggs reports.
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