Last summer, Iraqi forces liberated the city of Mosul from the so-called Islamic State. Scenes of destruction remain widespread and reconstruction is likely to take years. But in the old town, a school has now re-opened to scenes of celebration.
Mosul's Jewish quarter miraculously survived three years of occupation by the "Islamic State" terror group and the battle to evict it. Reporter Judit Neurink and photographer Eddy van Wessel went there to find out how.
The trial of a German woman who allegedly joined the "Islamic State" terror group in Iraq has begun in Munich. She's accused of the war crime of letting an enslaved Yazidi girl die of thirst.
The western town of Dinslaken became known as a Salafi hotbed in 2013 when a group of local youths traveled to Syria to join the "Islamic State." Years on, the community is still trying to leave the past behind.
Iraq is a wonderland for used car parts from the West. Cars that get written off after an accident get a second life there. It's a money machine, involving billions every year. Judit Neurink reports from Irbil.
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