SINJAR, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 16:  A woman from an Arabic family cries after her family was rejected to enter a Kurdish-controlled area from an ISIS-held village on November 16, 2015 near Sinjar, Iraq. Peshmerga forces carefully screened the displaced Iraqis as they arrived, fearing enemy infiltrators and suicide bombers. The Kurdish forces, with the aid of massive U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, liberated Sinjar from ISIL extremists, known in Arabic as Daesh, moving the frontline south to Ghabosyeh. About a thousand villagers from Ghabosyeh fled north to Kurdish held territory, to take refuge in camps or onward as refugees to Turkey or Europe.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)