A Yazidi survivor of a massacre has described the horror of hearing the injured crying out in pain but being unable to do anything.
Some could not move and could not save themselves; they lay there in agony waiting to die. They died a horrible death.
I managed to drag myself away and was saved by a Muslim neighbour; he risked his life to save me - he is more than a brother to me.
For 12 days he brought me food and water every night.
I could not walk and had no hope of getting away and it was becoming increasingly dangerous for him to continue to keep me there.
He eventually escaped by donkey and rode to the mountains and over to the areas controlled by the Kurdistan Regional Government.
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