HARDtalk meets Yazidi activist, Nadia Murad. When militants from so called I.S. entered Nadia's village, they killed all the men. She escaped, but many women are still being held.
Sarah Montague speaks to Yazidi activist, Nadia Murad. When militants from so called Islamic State entered Nadia's village they killed all the men - six of her brothers were murdered. She and hundreds of other Yazidi women were taken captive and in the months that followed they were passed from one group of men to another and gang raped. She managed to escape, but it's thought that thousands of women are still being held which is why Nadia Murad is here in London campaigning to try and get the world to notice and do something. This interview was recorded in 2016 and Nadia is now being honored with the award of the Nobel Peace Prize.