Amina screams as a nurse peels bandages off the lacerations and sores that cover her chest and left leg. Her aunt helps medical staff pin the 13-year-old down on a bed as the nurse squeezes puss from the infected wounds, before roughly rinsing t ...

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Iraq already had shortages of psychiatrists and psychologists before the rise of so-called Islamic State. Now, as hundreds of thousands of civilians emerge from years of IS rule, the impact of those shortfalls is becoming painfully clear. ...

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All eyes are on Mosul the battle that could finally finish off IS in Iraq. Aid groups warn that as many as one million civilians are trapped inside, and more than 110,000 people have already fled the surrounding areas. But theres another, relate ...

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Sport Against Violence and ICSSI have been working with the Iraqi Social Forum to support Iraqi youth who want to build peace through sports. They held a three-day workshop in Baghdad about using sport as a community tool against violence with t ...

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Iraqi Youth Assembly (IYA) has sent emergency food and water supplies to more than 20,000 displaced people who were forced to flee the recent fighting in and around Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province. The delivery of these urgent supplies was ...

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A severe funding shortfall in Iraq is pushing the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to cut the amount of aid it delivers to nearly one million displaced people in the war-torn country, the Organization has confirmed. ...

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Previously it was the unemployed or those threatened who tried to leave Iraq for good. But a new wave of would-be immigrants is different – they are young, educated and employed. But they've lost all hope at home. ...

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Civil activist Fatin Alobeidi posted on her Facebook page Sept. 8 a photo of Ahmad al-Jaf, a homeless old blind man who has no family. In the photo, the man is sitting on the side of Jisr al-Shuhada (the Bridge of Martyrs) in Baghdad. ...

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teams of workers began dismantling tents on the edge of Arbat Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp outside Sulaymaniyah in Iraq's Kurdistan Region. Within an hour families had bundled up their possessions for the short drive to a new camp loc ...

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As part of volunteer work to support Iraqi refugees and IDPs with the emergency response and to appeal to IDPs families in Dibaga not to provide drinking water more than 15 days. ...

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