In June 2014, during the second Iraqi civil war, Mosul fell into the hands of the jihadists of the Islamic State. A few weeks later, the Christian town of Qaraqosh thirty-two kilometres away, suffered the same fate. In one night, its fifty thousand inhabitants fled the town to seek refuge in Irbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan. During more than...
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