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Mourners attend the burial of people killed in violent clashes in Abuja, Nigeria's capital, between Nigerian soldiers and members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria. Mudashiru Atanda /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People scream during a protest Tuesday in the neighbourhood of Yolo in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Eduardo Soteras /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Khalid Yaako Touma, a school teacher and deacon in the village of Karamlesh, collects religious books from one of the churches in the village that ISIS destroyed. Alice Fordham/NPR hide caption

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ISIS Is Gone, But Iraqi Christians Are Wary Of Returning Home

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Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces advance toward Islamic State positions Tuesday in the village of Tob Zawa, about 5 miles from Mosul, Iraq. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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A Peshmerga convoy drives toward a frontline on Monday in Khazer, about 19 miles east of Mosul, Iraq. Bram Janssen/AP hide caption

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Iraqi Forces Fight Their Way Toward Mosul For Crucial Battle Against ISIS

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Relatives of detained prisoners, who claim their loved ones have been forcibly disappeared, protest and demand the release of their relatives in May in front of the Journalist's Syndicate building, in Cairo. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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