Run To The Hills:
Having been driven out of Mosul, the extremist Islamic State group is doing what Al Qaeda did before them: setting up new bases in the rugged northern Hamrin mountain area.
IS Far From Gone:
The Islamic State group still hold three significant towns in Iraq. But the fight to get the extremist group out of there will be way more complicated than anything that came before.
The fight against the extremist Islamic State group goes on in rural areas around Baghdad. And security forces are enlisting the aid of locals to finish the job.
After only three years of lessons, a young Iraqi Kurdish man is winning prizes for his calligraphy. His major problem: As a soldier, his hobby must fit in around fighting extremists.
Crime And Punishment:
Locals in Mosul are divided on whether to rehabilitate, reconcile or punish the families of Islamic State members. Meanwhile rumour has it that secret detention camps are already being set up.
Russian Snipers At A Mosul Disco:
Iraqis are desperate to find out what is happening in Mosul. But there is so much misinformation online, including torture videos and lists of alleged extremists, it is hard to know what to believe.
Since the security crisis began, it has become easier to buy guns in Iraqi Kurdistan. Now, officials say, that is resulting in an increasingly militarized population and more murders and suicides.
In Iraq, working on furniture is typically a man’s job. But one independent woman in Diwaniya is reupholstering and sandpapering her way through that wooden ceiling.
Iraqi Kurdistan could have a serious water problem by 2025, authorities say. One Sulaymaniyah man is using his skills as an artist and video maker to highlight pollution in local waterways.
Iraq After The Islamic State:
As the date for a Baghdad summit on unity nears, the cracks are showing. It seems the country's Sunni politicians can’t even get together to discuss their possible unity, in post-Islamic State Iraq.
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