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Aid to the Church in Need speaks with Chaldean Catholics who are bringing Christianity back to the Nineveh Plains.
After fleeing ISIS, a young Syriac Orthodox man talks to Aid to the Church in Need.
The invasion of ISIS in 2014 triggered a mass exodus of the region's Christians.
Catholic University of Erbil finds "big brother" in Franciscan.
Some 45 percent of the population that had fled the onslaught of ISIS in 2014 has returned; shops have reopened, many houses have been repaired, and Church life has picked up thanks to this essential …
Some, mostly young Christians on the Nineveh Plains have expressed solidarity with the protestors in Baghdad.
Kurdish and Iranian-backed militias and a resurgent ISIS are just a few of the impediments, witnesses say at USCIRF hearing.
Archbishop of Erbil warns of continued presence of extremist Islamist groups
Now he is inviting the Christians who took refuge elsewhere to return.
For more than three years, the Archdiocese of Erbil hosted more than 120,000 Christians who fled the 2014 onslaught of ISIS on the Nineveh Plains in northern Iraq.