Four armed attacks within five days in Khanaqin
Four armed attacks within five days in Khanaqin






Thousand of people still live in displacement; let's give the IDPs a voice‌


Harvesting olives at Ezidis' Lalish temple
Harvesting olives at Ezidis' Lalish temple‌


First case of COVID-19 infection in Duhok IDP camp Iraqi Parliament to debate Anti-Domestic Violence Law soon Fire destroys four tents at IDP camp Baghdad sends Kirkuk only $0.42 per ton of garbage that has to be collected and disposed Kirkuk deputy governor: Don’t expect improvement of electricity service soon


Witness accounts of the armed attack on the Kaka’i village Dara Kirkuk residents might have to spend upcoming 4-day holiday without electricity Kaka’i woman sings for the plight of her community The misery of forced marriages Victim number 62: The culprit is known but walks free


Nasiriya: 'promise the revolution will be back' if demands not met Kirkuk: New electoral commission office escalates tensions between ethnic groups Three Iraqi women: from marginalization to leadership Turkmen language in Tal Afar is on the edge of extinction Religion involvement in Iraqi elections is inevitable


Fryal and her sister took advantages of their free times during the lockdown to paint their Ninewa’s Telaskuf Christians prepare for Christmas celebrations Kirkuk hosts international street theatre festival Thousand of people still live in displacement; let's give the IDPs a voice You have the right to vote, elect your representatives. No one has the right to vote

My Story

Displaced Ezidi crafts and sells 50 lutes during lockdown Zikra strives for expanding her business and creating job opportunities for women in Iraqi Christian town Taimur Gokkaya; success is the product of hard work Diyala: After losing her husband, Runak challenges societal norms and steps toward success Baghdad: Ammal Ibrahim reintegrates street children into society

From people

Layla Barznji achieves two goals through opening a tailoring shop for women in Mosul Rawsha's childhood dream came true Displaced Ezidi girl paints her feelings and imaginations during coronavirus lockdown Dilan depicts the misery life of poor people through oil barrels Narvin, a displaced 17 years old girl makes money from cloth designing in a camp
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