(Worthy News) - The long line of vehicles crowded the entrance to Alqosh, a Christian town in northern Iraq, on a Thursday last month.
People have come to shop and visit friends. At the mayor’s office, officials walk in and out of Mayor Lara Zara’s office getting stamps for various documents.
The mayor says that while the area today is secure from threats, such as the Islamic State, the lack of economic opportunity and investment presents a major challenge. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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