A Frankfurt court on Tuesday handed a life sentence to an Iraqi man who joined ISIS for genocide against the Yazidi minority, in the first verdict worldwide to use the label.
Taha al-Jumailly, 29, passed out in the courtroom after being found guilty of genocide, as well as crimes against humanity, war crimes, aiding and abetting war crimes and bodily harm with fatal consequences.
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