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Tahrir al-Sham sells infrastructure for cash: activists

Tahrir al-Sham sells infrastructure for cash: activists

Aleppo activists tell Diyaruna they have observed the extremist alliance pulling up oil pipelines and other 'scrap metal' to sell for cash.

From ISIS to the runway: Anbar arts stage a comeback

From ISIS to the runway: Anbar arts stage a comeback

Iraqi models step out from the dark days of ISIS with a fashion show at al-Habbaniya resort featuring traditional and modern designs.

Mosul works to mend post-ISIS social divisions

Mosul works to mend post-ISIS social divisions

Festivals such as 'We are all Mosulis' celebrate the city’s mixed religious and ethnic heritage and are helping to mend social rifts caused by ISIS.

Daraa incident signals regional power struggle

Daraa incident signals regional power struggle

An attack on a Russian patrol in the southern Syrian province may be a sign of wider tensions between various forces in the region.

Agony of Yazidi women torn between ISIS kids, or return home

Agony of Yazidi women torn between ISIS kids, or return home

Dozens of Yazidi women and girls face an agonising ultimatum: abandon their children born to ISIS fathers, or risk being shunned by their community.

Al-Hamdaniya sees surge in return of displaced residents

Al-Hamdaniya sees surge in return of displaced residents

Around 130,000 displaced residents have returned to the Ninawa province district in the three years since its liberation from ISIS, a local official told Diyaruna.

Iran fuels sectarianism in Iraq to expand its influence

Iran fuels sectarianism in Iraq to expand its influence

Iran-backed militias have been undermining Iraqi identity and stirring up sectarianism, which helps the Iranian regime further its own goals.

Basra musicians shrug off extremist threats

Basra musicians shrug off extremist threats

The threats do not reflect the views of the Basra community, officials say, stressing that the city's art scene will continue to flourish.

Militias pay Iraqis to take part in pro-Iran protests, events

Militias pay Iraqis to take part in pro-Iran protests, events

As Iraqis become increasingly weary of the Iran-backed militias, the latter have been resorting to bribing poor people into attending events that serve Iran's agenda.

'Culture Street' revives Fallujah's arts scene

'Culture Street' revives Fallujah's arts scene

Modeled after Baghdad's al-Mutanabbi street, the weekly event includes book displays and poetry readings and has attracted a high turnout.

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