Sky News reporter Sherine Tadros is at one of the camps in Dohuk, Northern Iraq where some of the Yazidis have made it to after being trapped on the mountain by ISIS. And some of the stories she is hearing are absolutely horrific.
She tells of one man who said he saw four children die of thirst and they had to be buried by simply placing rocks on their bodies.
Another man told her that the children were so thirsty that parents would make cuts on their hands so that their children could drink their blood to try and quench the thirst.
Watch this video report by Sherine Tadros:
(h/t: Daily Mail)