Residents in Mosul have started cleaning up their city. Since the Iraqi army and its allies freed the eastern parts of Mosul from the "IS," life is slowly returning to normal.
Music is back in Mosul, as are books and paintings. With the "Islamic State" group gone, locals are enjoying their newfound freedom and embracing culture. Will it last? Judit Neurink reports from Mosul.
The Iraqi parliament has elected veteran Kurdish politician Barham Salih as president. The vote threw a spotlight on the deep divisions within the Kurdish camp.
The "Islamic State" group was able to conquer Iraq's second-largest city in June 2014 because it had supporters inside Mosul. How do victims and perpetrators live together today? An appraisal a year after liberation.
UN experts believe it will take decades to clear the Iraqi city of Mosul from explosive hazards. But, a year after liberation from the "Islamic State" group, ever more refugees are returning. Sandra Petersmann reports.
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