The policeman of Kirkuk
Brigadier-General Sarhad Qader has a dangerous job. As police chief of the oil rich region of Kirkuk in Northern Iraq, he's survived more than a dozen assassination attempts over the years as warring factions competed for power. Now it's even tougher. Since June, his patch has been right on the front line with ISIS or Islamic State group. The BBC's Arabic Service spent time with him and his men as they battle to defend their city.