Iraq

Iraq war map: Who controls what

As fighting in parts of Iraq intensifies, a visual breakdown of the control of territory after years of war.

Iraq war map: Who controls what

Reporter's Notebook

Mosul residents: 'We were the masters of the world'

Nostalgia for Iraq's Baathist past lingers amid the ruins of Mosul's old city.

Mosul residents: 'We were the masters of the world'

Middle East

Car bomb blast kills six, wounds 30 near Mosul

At least six killed in the blast that targeted a crowded market area in the northern Iraqi town of Qayyara.

Iraq: Deadly car bomb hits market near Mosul

Refugees

From Mosul to Moria: 'A US air strike killed all of my family'

An Iraqi refugee remembers the day when 12 of his relatives, including a six-month-old, died in the Battle for Mosul.

From Mosul to Moria: 'A US air strike killed all of my family'

Iraq

Rebuilding schools and young lives in Mosul after ISIL

Teachers at Mosul's rebuilt schools say that even as they attempt to return their pupils to a child's normal routine, the trauma and psychological effects of the war continue to plague the students.

Middle East

One year after battle for Mosul, a city lies in ruins

After beating ISIL in Mosul, a tattered economy and mass devastation makes rebuilding Iraq's second city daunting task.

One year after battle for Mosul, a city lies in ruins

Middle East

Mosul still in ruins one year after 'liberation' from ISIL

The people of Mosul’s discontent is growing towards the government and forces that came to liberate them, but who seem to have abandoned them since.

Battle for Mosul

Mosul: One year on

After ISIL, a city still in ruins.

Mosul: One year on

People & Power

ISIL: An Eye for an Eye in Iraq

Behind the scenes with the controversial female commander of an Iraqi militia group on the hunt for ISIL fighters.

Human Rights

The body collectors of Mosul

A group of 30 volunteers has collected more than 1,200 dead bodies from beneath of the rubble of the destroyed city.

Mosul's body collectors

Human Rights

Trials of ISIL widows in Iraq

Up to 1,000 women are on trial in Iraq for 'joining and supporting' the ISIL armed group.

Trials of ISIL widows in Iraq

Reporter's Notebook

In Mosul's Old City, fear of ISIL still looms

Anger at lack of progress to reconstruct Old City of Mosul could give rise to other armed groups after ISIL.

War & Conflict

Mosul post-ISIL: A city struggling to rebuild

Reconstruction remains slow more than eight months after the brutal armed group was pushed out of the Iraqi city.

Mosul post-ISIL: A city struggling to rebuild

India

Indian hostages held in Mosul confirmed dead

Bodies of 39 Indians, who were abducted in 2014, have been identified after DNA matching, India's foreign minister says.

39 Indian hostages held by ISIL killed in Mosul: FM Swaraj says

Battle for Mosul

Dangerous explosives continue to haunt Iraq's Mosul post-ISIL

The most dangerous job for Iraqi soldiers in Mosul is now identifying and disarming unexploded munitions buried in the rubble of the devastated city.