We asked 65 children who had lived under ISIS, “If you could put into a magic bag anything that makes you feel sad, scared, or upset, what would it be?”
New research by our experts shows children who have escaped Mosul are deeply traumatised after years of living under ISIS and in war. Read more
Young Iraqi mothers fleeing ISIS give birth anywhere they can With the battle for West Mosul still raging, and ISIS increasingly using civilians as human...
As Iraqi forces push ahead with a new offensive to retake western Mosul, 350,000 children are trapped inside the city. Families in Mosul face a brutal choice:...
After his world was torn apart by the effects of war, Zana was forced to flee his home in Amuda, Syria, in 2013. Now his days in a refugee camp in northern Iraq...
As we give out supplies in Tikrit, Iraq, a joyful scene plays out. People who have escaped Islamic States are reunited with their families.
IS has recruited children directly from schools - parents in Iraq tell us. They teach children how to behead people and make suicide bombs. Read more.
As the military offensive to retake Mosul, Iraq, from Islamic State (IS) gets underway, children in the surrounding areas flee fighting. See the photos.
An assault is due to take place on Iraq's second biggest city, Mosul, where half the population is children. This is why - and what you can do for children.
Children fleeing Isis in Iraq are being killed by landmines. And right now 600,000 are estimated to be trapped, Mike McCuckster writes from Iraq.