Islamic State sex slaves rescued from Fallujah ‘so deprived they didn’t even know know city they were in’

The Yazidi girls were far from home when the Iraqi army rescue boats picked them up, starved and confused, from the banks of the Euphrates.

Unlike the hundreds of others escaping the city of Fallujah this week, Nadia and Mona were not residents.

The women are from Sinjar, more than 300 miles away in Iraqi Kurdistan.