As millions of people from the besieged community languish in detention camps, the situation is ripe for extremist groups to prey on the anger of Iraqi Sunnis, as Daesh did in 2014.
Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient city dating back to the Mittani Empire in northern Iraq, with more than 2,000 historical sites discovered in the city so far.
As it’s senior ideologue, Abu Ibrahim al Hashimi al Qurayshi justified the group’s atrocities before leading its global operations after the group had suffered significant losses.
After a month-long intensive session in October students have started working on their films, telling the story of Mosul.
US-Iran geopolitical challenges and a dysfunctional Iraqi government mean the country is teetering on a precarious edge.
Iran-backed groups have lost significant ground in Iraq but Tehran still has some supporters to help it keep its influence over the neighbouring country.
The four-year anniversary of the al-Nuri’s mosque’s minaret’s destruction is a time to lament the loss of an Iraqi and global symbol of cultural heritage.
An entire generation of Iraqis have been robbed of their childhoods and those responsible for the devastation will never face accountability.
Turkish Foreign Ministry says that a commemorative stamp planned to be printed depicts a map including Turkish provinces, calling on the KRG officials to immediately reverse its "grave mistake."
Turkey’s success in eliminating the PKK in the region will determine its future in Sinjar and Mosul.
While Daesh's presence continues to linger, the Iraqi government is shutting down the remaining IDP camps. But no work has been done to ensure their safe repatriation as they fear retribution for the crimes they haven’t committed.
Google Arts & Culture, a non-profit initiative, is highlighting Mosul at the moment, in collaboration with Al-Ghad Radio, Iraq. The project went live on January 28, 2021.
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