Sectarian divide: Iraq's casualties of conflict
In a hospital in Irbil, in northern Iraq, patients are recovering from attacks by the ISIS-led insurgency - and the government's crackdown.
Muslim Shia who fled the city of Mosul say the jihadis targeted them with car bombs, while some people accuse the government of "bombing randomly", hitting houses.
The conflict is increasingly dividing the population along sectarian lines.
Paul Wood reports from Irbil.
15 Jun 2014
- From the section Middle East