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A war widow is faced with an agonising decision.
Rumours spread that the regime is intentionally sowing chaos to destabilise opposition-held areas.
An abrupt end to one woman's beloved career.
Preventing an illiteracy "time bomb".
Graduates have gone on to lead innovative social media and activist campaigns.
30 Jan 17
Initiative aims to both document damage and implement restoration projects.
27 Jan 17
Institute provides agricultural training to people whose studies were interrupted by the war.
26 Jan 17
Medical charity is rolling out dozens of local aid projects.
25 Jan 17
A family refuses to leave their village during a regime incursion.
24 Jan 17
Locals already struggling to cope with a general rise in food costs.
17 Jan 17
The conflict has had a brutal impact on local education services.
17 Jan 17
Casting spells seen as an effective treatment for epilepsy.
24 Dec 16
Unprecedented initiative sends messages of support from Iraqi citizens to the beleaguered residents of the country’s second-largest city.
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