Photographers throughout the Iraqi city of Mosul are capturing ‘souvenir photos’ of the ruins left behind by ISIS rule, in attempt to document this to teach the future generations how to "build the future".
The Armenian district in Beirut, previously a vibrant center of craftsmanship and culture in the country, is going through a decline due to a lack of government planning, with only a few artisans escaping the downturn.
A year and a half ago, the basement was a temporary station for displaced people from Deir Ezzor Province fleeing the fighting against Daesh, but over time it became home to dozens of people who cannot afford the high living costs in the city.
The School of Music and Ballet in Baghdad has survived since 1968, despite war, funding crises and a conservative backlash threatening its existence. Zeina Fayzy, the only paid ballet teacher at the school says she faced a lot of backlash from the community after posting pictures on social media.