For centuries, residents of Mosul have spoken a unique form of Arabic enriched by the Iraqi city’s long history as a crossroads of civilization, a singsong dialect that many now fear will die out after years of war and displacement.
An Institute for Coexistence and Peace has been opened in the Iraqi city of Najaf. Institutions aimed at promoting adherence to the rule of law regardless of ethnic and religious denominations are gaining more legitimacy in Iraq.
In preparation for the upcoming parliamentary elections, youth candidates in the province of Nineveh have held a seminar in order to inform the people of their election pledges. They also highlighted the role of the youth in rebuilding Iraq's future.