Displaced Iraqis from Ramadi cross the Bzebiz bridge fleeing fighting in Ramadi on May 20, 2015. Thousands of displaced people fleeing violence in nearby Anbar province poured into Baghdad province after central government granted them conditional entry, said a provincial official. Meanwhile, those who remain behind tell stories of grotesque hardships under Islamic State rule, but often as well of what some describe as benefits.
Displaced Iraqis from Ramadi cross the Bzebiz bridge fleeing fighting in Ramadi on May 20, 2015. Thousands of displaced people fleeing violence in nearby Anbar province poured into Baghdad province after central government granted them conditional entry, said a provincial official. Meanwhile, those who remain behind tell stories of grotesque hardships under Islamic State rule, but often as well of what some describe as benefits. AP
Displaced Iraqis from Ramadi cross the Bzebiz bridge fleeing fighting in Ramadi on May 20, 2015. Thousands of displaced people fleeing violence in nearby Anbar province poured into Baghdad province after central government granted them conditional entry, said a provincial official. Meanwhile, those who remain behind tell stories of grotesque hardships under Islamic State rule, but often as well of what some describe as benefits. AP

Iraqis recount their lives under the Islamic State: Cheap food, endless rules

May 29, 2015 07:17 PM

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