At least 18,802 civilians were killed and another 36,245 were wounded in Iraq between the start of 2014 and Oct. 31 of last year as Iraqi forces battled the ISIS group, according to a U.N. report released Tuesday.

The report documented a wide range of human rights abuses, including the ISIS group’s conscription of some 3,500 people into slavery, mainly women and children from the Yazidi religious minority captured in the summer of 2014 and forced into sexual slavery.

It said another 800 to 900 children were abducted from Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, for religious and military training. It said a number of ISIS child soldiers were killed by the extremists when they tried to flee fighting in the western Anbar province.

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