Ex-vicar of Baghdad not charged after allegations he paid Islamic State to free girls

Posted Jun 7, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The former vicar of Baghdad, the Rev. Andrew White, has said that he faces no charges after police concluded an investigation into allegations that he paid money to Daesh – the so-called Islamic State or ISIS – to secure the release of girls held as sex-slaves. White has denied paying money to secure the release of the girls.

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