Independent topical source of current affairs, opinion and issues, featuring stories making news in Canada from immigrants, newcomers, minorities & ethnic communities' point of view and interests.

Daesh Fighter: Daesh and Elysee Palace

daesh fighter: She is desperate to go with them, but there is also someone she can't bear to leave behind Her two-year-old daughter, Maria, fathered by the Daesh fighter who enslaved her, according to Toronto Star. Nadia Murad, a Yazidi who escaped the Daesh and a co-recipient of this year's Nobel Peace Prize, walks out after her meeting with French president Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Oct. 25. Her family is preparing to emigrate from Iraq to Australia and start a new life after the suffering the Daesh group wreaked on their small religious minority. The Nobel Peace Prize this year put a focus on victims of sexual violence and on the Yazidis in particular. They don't even know the girl exists. Francois Mori / The Associated Press She knows her family will never allow her to bring Maria. ( As reported in the news.