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The owner of the bar, Abu Firas, hopes that re-opening it will breathe life back into his town and help reverse the exodus of its Christian population.
Accusations that militias profited off island where ferry sank, calls for governor to resign and anger sweep important northern Iraq city two years after liberation from ISIS
Since ISIS attacked the diversity of the Iraqi community, diversity is now valued far more consciously, and this trend’s most surprising consequence is related to the Iraqi Jews.
Over nearly a year the 'Jerusalem Post' visited the war-torn Iraqi city three times and came back with dramatic footage.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
At least 79 people died when an overloaded ferry carrying families on an outing sank in the Tigris river in Mosul in northern Iraq.
Mosul was liberated from Islamic State in July 2017 and has been free from major terrorist attacks in the last year.
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