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Ancient Iraqi Art On Display In Italy At Venice Biennale

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Melanie Shurka dedicates hours to make the Iraqi and Kurdish dumpling soup kubeh. It has become a beloved dish in Israel and a defining food of Mizrachi cookery, or the food of the Jews who settled in the Middle East. Rebecca Fondren hide caption

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Iraqis Remain Displaced 1 Year After Fallujah's Liberation From ISIS

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This composite photo shows former Blackwater guards Dustin Heard (from left), Evan Liberty, Nicholas Slatten and Paul Slough. A federal appeals court has thrown out a murder conviction against Slatten and ordered resentencing of the other three men. AP hide caption

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Iraqi Troops Vs. ISIS: A Campaign Of Revenge

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Hobby Lobby agreed earlier this month to a forfeiture of smuggled artifacts. Holly Hildreth /Moment Editorial/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli Authorities Arrest Antiquities Dealers In Connection With Hobby Lobby Scandal

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Malala cuts a birthday cake in the shape of a book at a restaurant in Dohuk. The youngest Nobel laureate turned 20 on July 12 in Dohuk,€“ five years after she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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For Malala, Now 20, Birthdays Are Best Spent With Girls Who Dream Big

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Iraqi Civil Defense Workers Recover The Dead From Mosul Battles

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The Call-In: Iraq, Then And Now

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Iraqi Kurds Schedule Independence Referendum For September

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Ruins are all that remain of the 12th century Great Mosque of al-Nuri, where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared three years ago that an Islamic state was rising again. ISIS blew the mosque up as Iraqi forces advanced. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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In Mosul, Fighting Continues After Iraqi Government Declared Victory Over ISIS

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