Widows of Iraq’s war pick up the threads of fragmented lives


MOSUL, Iraq – In a workshop in a bombed-out factory in Mosul, Najlaa Abdelrahman joins scores of other women on a production line as they sew garments and try to knit their lives back together. The mother of three lost her husband during the war against jihadist group Islamic State, which occupied the northern Iraqi…

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