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Over 700,000 people were displaced during the nine-month battle to recapture Mosul from ISIS. Many fled to the 20 refugees camps outside the decimated city. Now these survivors have nowhere to return to but a ruined city.
At the end of 2017, Iraq declared the military defeat of ISIS. But in a country where ethnic, religious and political tensions run high, the group are exploiting divisions to fuel a resurgence.
More than a year after the end of the war against IS, Iraq’s government faces a new challenge. Survivors of the war believe they’re not getting the quality of care they deserve.
After almost two decades of war and strife, Iraq's capital is finally experiencing a period of relative stability. PBS looks at how the battle-worn capital is witnessing the re-emergence of a once burgeoning art scene.
As Iraq fights to achieve food self-sufficiency, unexplained crop fires are ruining thousands of acres of farmland. The government points to natural causes, but is it arson, and if so, who's to blame?