Yazidi boy reunited with mom in Winnipeg after 2014 capture in Iraq

A Yazidi mother and her 12-year-old son had an emotional reunion in Winnipeg early Thursday, three years after their family was separated when captured by ISIS in northern Iraq. She discovered last month that one of her missing sons was alive when she saw his photo on social media.

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