Bought and sold 20 times, but no-one's slave: Hayfa Adi 's story
Hayfa Adi was abducted by Islamic State militants in northern Iraq, held for more than two years and repeatedly raped, beaten and traded like livestock. Now living in Australia, she is trying to find out what happened to her husband.
"A lot of people took me, tortured me, hit me," she says.
"We had to show our hands. White was considered nice. And they'd look to see if our hair was beautiful and long."
"They tied my hands and legs, blindfolded me and gagged my mouth. They hit me and kept me locked in a room.Read more: ABC News
Wondering if she was enslaved by any of the Australian terrorists and their befuddled wives who now want to return to Australia. Hundreds of thousands were murdered, enslaved and brutalized by these primitive, ignorant religious zealots, anyone who wants them here is crazy.
Rescued fish from last summer's mass die-off set to spawn within daysLast summer's rescue effort to truck 20 giant Murray cod 700 kilometres to a fisheries centre will soon face its first test as females start to lay eggs | p_hannam
Melbourne couple accused of keeping asylum seeker as slaveA man and woman are accused of keeping an Iranian asylum seeker as a slave to work at their confectionery store in Melbourne for more than two years. Lock them up for two years Let the victim stay and deport the offenders. WTF this cannot happen in real life
Gender equality set to be achieved in the Senate for the first timeWomen and men will make up equal numbers in the Australian Senate for the first time with the anticipated arrival of a former Liberal MP. Oh for goodness sake 🙄 abc, go to sleep. it's 3am. And this is earth shattering news because .......?
A bank accidentally put $175,300 in couple's account. Then they spent most of itAuthorities say they bought a racecar and a camper van and gave thousands to friends. geniuses Now they’re in debt with no ability to repay. Well done. I would do the same thing
'One guy has made a difference, that probably cost us the urn': RootA 'bitterly disappointed' England captain Joe Root praised his team for their battling spirit, but lamented their inability to contain Steve Smith. Well done.
Australia retain the Ashes with a thrilling win in the fourth Test at Old TraffordAustralia have retained the Ashes on foreign soil for the first time in 18 years after a nailbiting win in the last session of the Test match.