When the so-called "Islamic State" was driven from the Iraqi city of Mosul, they left a shattered city and many shattered lives. Some traumatized children have found a new home, and hope for the future, in an orphanage for IS's youngest victims.
The capture of Rawa last week signaled the fall of the final IS stronghold in Iraq, putting a decisive end to the terror group's "caliphate" aspirations. Liberation forces are now pushing into the desert.
Iraqi courts are fast-tracking cases in court against "Islamic State" (IS) members, but there is concern about the diligence of the speedy process. Judit Neurink reports from Qaraqosh.
Although the "Islamic State" (IS) group has been driven from the eastern half of Mosul, their influence is still keenly felt within the Sunni community. Judit Neurink reports from Khazir Camp.
A monitoring group says it has "confirmed information" that the "Islamic State" leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed. It's not the first report of his death. The Pentagon has no corroborating information.
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