In Iraq, many children in a village south of Mosul formerly held by so-called Islamic State are finally going back to school for the first time in two years.
Iraqi displaced women with suspected links to "IS" are being pressured into sexual relationships in exchange for money and aid, Amnesty said. Perpetrators include security forces protecting the refugee camps.
The remains of 38 Indian workers who were murdered in Iraq by the "Islamic State" group have been flown back to India. The government there has faced criticism for initially not confirming the killings.
The men had been building a hospital in Mosul when they were kidnapped in 2014. Opposition lawmakers in New Delhi criticized the government for letting relatives think their loved ones were still alive.
Should the children of foreign IS fighters in Iraq and Syria be allowed to return home? Security agencies are alarmed, but aid workers say they're no danger if they get proper support. Judit Neurink reports from Irbil.
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