The exhumation of 137 martyrs’ remains from mass graves in the village of Kocho

12/5/2019 11:03:00

The specialized teams were able to exhume 8 mass graves containing the remains of a number of Yazidis martyrs in the village of Kocho, Sinjar district.


According to PUKmedia’s information, the specialized teams were able to exhume 8 mass graves containing the remains of 137 martyrs of Yazidis in the village of Kocho.


In a televised statement, Dawd Jwndi, representative of the Yazidis in the Nineveh Provincial Council said: We call on the Iraqi Government and the Martyrs and Political Prisoners Foundation to increase the specialized teams to exhume mass graves in Sinjar district in general and the village of Kocho in particular.


He added: The families of the martyrs are waiting impatiently to complete the exhumation of the mass graves to know the fate of their missing children.


Some statistics indicate there are more than 100 mass graves in the Sinjar district and seventy-three mass graves have been found so far.



PUKmedia \ Kurdsat News


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