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Mass Graves in Iraq
Areas once occupied by ISIS unearth new horrors
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Automatic weapons are among the items left behind by ISIS fighters and Iraqi soldiers who saw intense fighting in Tel Afar

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

This house served as the local headquarters for ISIS in Tel Afar, where prisoners were kept in a basement prison

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Recovery workers access the sewer system through these portals, in search of evidence of mass graves

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Human remains were found under this house in Tel Afar, one of many locations where recovery teams looked for ISIS victims

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Recovery workers sift through the human remains found in the uniform of an Iraqi soldier, captured and killed by ISIS in the battle for Tel Afar

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Body bags with the human remains of some of the victims who were handcuffed and blindfolded, killed by a bullet to the back of the head

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Large campaign posters for an upcoming election are all over Tel Afar, where election activities have slowed recovery efforts

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

More than 500 human remains were found in the Badoush prison fields outside of Tel Afar, one of several sites in Northern Iraq occupied by ISIS

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Tel Afar was under ISIS occupation for more than three years and rescue workers say it could take years to remove all remains from the city

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Recovery workers prepare to load the remains of ISIS victims, including two children found in mass graves onto trucks

(Hollie McKay/FOX News)

Mass Graves in Iraq

Areas once occupied by ISIS unearth new horrors

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