As resettlement stalls, hopes run dry in Iraqi camp

Tough immigration rules were ostensibly meant to safeguard victims of extremist violence and protect religious minorities. In a Christian internally displaced camp in Iraq, the effect has been the opposite.

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  • Elizabeth Dickinson

    Elizabeth Dickinson is a former associate editor at Devex. Based in the Middle East, she has previously served as Gulf correspondent for The National, assistant managing editor at Foreign Policy, and Nigeria correspondent at The Economist. Her writing also appeared in The New Yorker, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Politico Magazine, and Newsweek, among others.