Lara Fatah

Lara Fatah


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De­spite chal­lenges to the mil­i­tary cam­paign against ISIL, an­a­lysts are con­fi­dent that vic­to­ry is im­mi­nent.

Published On 17 Mar 2016
An ISIL fighter holds an ISIL flag and a weapon on a street in the city of Mosul, Iraq [REUTERS]

Much like Kobane be­fore it, the town in north­ern Iraq was pit­ted as the de­ci­sive bat­tle in the war against ISIL.

Published On 13 Nov 2015

The pro­pri­etor of the first jazz bar in Iraq’s Kur­dish re­gion is con­fi­dent about his prospects, de­spite the on­go­ing war.

Published On 7 Nov 2015
Uptown Jazz

De­bate rages on whether the Kurds are fight­ing for Iraq or fight­ing for a piece of it.

Published On 16 Jun 2014

Em­bold­ened Iraqi Kurds may find mo­men­tum for greater gains on the back of ISIL’s rapid ex­pan­sion in Iraq.

Published On 12 Jun 2014

More than 66,000 Iraqi fam­i­lies have been dis­placed by fight­ing that first broke out in De­cem­ber 2013 in An­bar province.

Published On 23 Apr 2014

Weav­ing and hand­i­crafts are be­ing re-taught to a younger gen­er­a­tion of Iraqi Kurds, but not with­out chal­lenges.

Published On 20 Apr 2014