These Haunting Images from Northern Iraq Will Give You Goosebumps
Andrea DiCenzo, an American freelance photojournalist based in Northern Iraq, is capturing the region’s haunting reality. Every single picture she takes tells a powerful and unique story.
Witness how Dicenzo portrays and showcases the daily lives of the people of Northern Iraq, through her work in the most moving and artistic way.
“The big proof that (ISIS) are not good people is that they’re losing everything now,” Aisha said. “Those who are victorious are on the right way. But, you know, they are losing. They are just retreating.” Aisha with three of her children at a detention center for women married to accused foreign Islamic State fighters. Andrea DiCenzo for Buzzfeed News. @buzzfeednews #syria #war #isis #raqqa #conflict #mothers
Displaced Iraqis wait to be cleared by Kurdish security forces south of Kirkuk. Iraqi forces opened a new front south of Kirkuk to reclaim the town of Hawija from the Islamic State on November 29th. Civilians in Hawija, which is completely encircled by Iraqi forces, speak of extreme food shortages and starvation in the town. #iraq #mosuloffensive #kirkuk