war on isis
Thousands of Iraqis, collateral victims of the war on the terrorist group, have found themselves left with war deafness that goes untreated.
A band of young, devout Christians traveled to the middle of a war zone in Sinjar, a stone's throw from Islamic State fighters. And they say they are there to help, not convert people.
Tuz Khurmatu sits near the front line, and offers a grim preview of what northern Iraq might become if and when the jihadist troops are defeated.
The New Syrian Army has American weapons, support from coalition airstrikes, and a deep-seated hatred for IS. But it's still too small to try and liberate the key province of Deir al-Zour.