Iraqi archbishop who rescued manuscripts from ISIS is nominated for EU human rights award

The Chaldean Catholic prelate saved thousands of historic documents during the Islamic State's attack on Mosul in 2014.

United Arab Emirates to fund rebuilding of Catholic churches destroyed by ISIS

The two churches were destroyed by the Islamic State when it overran Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, in 2014.

Priest who rescued Iraqi Christian artifacts named Archbishop of Mosul

Archbishop Michael has gone to great lengths to preserve the history of his people.

Anonymous social media reporter who battled ISIS goes public

The "Mosul Eye" viewed the horrors of an occupied Iraq for 3 years

The Madonna returns to Mosul

Photo of the Day: August 16, 2017

As the battle for Mosul subsides, the fight against trauma begins

How does an entire generation move on from such horrors?

The needs of many…

Photo of the Day: May 4, 2017

Palace of biblical king discovered under shrine destroyed by ISIS

Archaeologists follow tunnels dug by Islamic State militants in search of treasure

WATCH: Dominican Sisters rummage through remains of convent near Mosul

"This church is like a mother to us. It is hard to see it this way."

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