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ISIS Sex Slave Survivor Takes Refuge in Nebraska

Shireen Jardo Alhanto, 33, wakes up every morning with a broken heart but also a glimmer of hope she will find her family again.

“I wake up every morning that I will hear some news they are still alive and I can reunite with them,” Alhanto said.

Alhanto used a Kurdish interpreter to share her story with KETV Newswatch 7’s Michelle Bandur.

“I am doing this to let the world will hear and know about this,” Alhanto said.

Read more at KETV

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