Battle for Mosul leaves residents with hearing loss
It's been almost two years since Iraqi forces recaptured Mosul from the claws of the Islamic State group. As residents of the city struggle to move on, they're contending with a disability: thousands still suffer hearing problems which often go untreated. We tell you more.
Meanwhile, in France, scores of lawyers slam the government for refusing to help French citizens who face execution in Iraq. The 11 men are suspected of supporting the Islamic State group.
And in Syria, the Aramaic language faces extinction. Today, only 20 percent of Maalula's inhabitants speak the ancient language of Jesus Christ.