Alhinto, a former prisoner and slave of Islamic State, spoke about her experiences in Syria on 6 June in Amsterdam.
Because the government feared Alhinto would apply for asylum while in the Netherlands, director Yoeri Albrecht is incensed by the course of events. It has to make special efforts to rescue and reintegrate all the victims of IS, or face extinction. Alhinto herself has lost 44 members of her family to IS and hasn’t been in contact with over half of them, including her parents.
A female Army medic faces investigation following allegations that she sexually assaulted a prisoner while he was detained at a British military base in Iraq.
The nurse is the first British female soldier to face abuse claims by Iraqi detainees.
As punishment, she's now serving two years in jail. "In some ways, their fate is worse than death," explained Samer Muscati from Human Rights Watch.
"Once they've been trafficked, there's a stigma even though they're the victims in this horrific situation.