Democracy Dies in Darkness
A washed veil dries outside a tent in the Jeddah camp in Qayyarah, Iraq. (Younes Mohammad for The Post)
More than 80 percent of the millions of Iraqi civilians displaced by the war against the Islamic State have returned home. But for those whose families joined the militant group, acceptance has varied.
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