In Iraq's northern Nineveh Province, the Khafsa - a large hole that extends dozens of metres underground - contains the bodies of those killed by ISIS militants. Today Iraqis are gathered together to commemorate the massacre which took the lives of over 2070 people.
A memorial ceremony was held in Iraq by observers and religious clerics to commemorate the thousands of Iraqis who were part of the military effort and sacrificed their lives to eliminate ISIS from the country.
With unemployment rates rising, young Iraqis have to innovate to make a living in oil-rich south in post-Saddam Hussein era. Many graduates have not been able to find work in their field and end up working in the private sector.
As Iraqi elections near, the epidemic of disturbing and divisive fake news on local social media only gets worse. But who exactly is behind it? And are these Iraqis motivated by profit, popularity or a political agenda?