We track four people on their journey.
Zika virus: 'We have more questions than answers'
07 Nov 2010 19:59 GMT | Europe, Iraq, United Kingdom
More than 50 Iraqi Christians were killed when an al-Qaeda-linked group attacked a Baghdad church last Sunday.
The assault has reverberated among Iraqi Christians in the West.
The leader of one such church in London believes it is time for Iraq's 300,000-strong Christian minority to leave the country.
Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from West London.
Source: Al Jazeera
Ninawa governor says attacks in Mosul have forced the displacement of many families.
Spiritual head of Iraq's Christians elevated as pope calls for end to country's war.
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