Following the suicide bombings that struck the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, on Easter Sunday, young Iraqi Muslims visited the Miskanta Church in Baghdad to show interfaith solidarity with their Christian brothers and sisters.
The ancient Markorkis Church in the village of Bartella in the Nineveh Plains, has re-opened its doors for worshipers returning to their area. The Church was rehabilitated by the Iraqi Government, donors, and civil society organisations.
The school, which was administered by the Chaldean Um al-Maouna Church, one of Iraq's oldest churches, was famous in Mosul for its advanced education. Muslim and Christian children from the city used to attend the school.
The Church of Saint Maskanta the Martyr in Mosul has a rich history prior to the invasion of ISIS in 2014. The Church prides itself in the fact that many of the priests who served in the Church went on to become bishops and patriarchs. Now that ISIS is defeated, the Church is on the path to being reconstructed.
Remnants of the destruction caused by ISIS remain in the Mar Ashya church in Mosul, including corpses and texts left behind by the terrorist group. The church which lies in West Mosul was established in the 6th century and was considered a landmark for the city of Mosul.
In the multicultural city of Mardin in southeastern Turkey, a Syrian refugee made her life taking care of the Syriac Mor Petrus and Mor Pavlus church. The refugee who arrived in Mardin in 2016 says it is hard for her to return to Syria.
The families of the 20 Egyptian Coptic Christians who were killed by ISIS in Libya three years ago, finally receive the bodies of their loved ones. The bodies were identified using DNA analysis on a mass grave that was found in the Libyan city of Sirte.