Iraqi Christians hold candles at a camp for the displaced in Irbil, northern Iraq, on Dec. 1 as they await the arrival of a convoy carrying the bodies of seven family members who drowned as they attempted to cross the Aegean Sea to Europe. They had fled Islamic State militants from their home on the plains of Nineveh last year and lived in camp in Irbil since.
Iraqi Christians hold candles at a camp for the displaced in Irbil, northern Iraq, on Dec. 1 as they await the arrival of a convoy carrying the bodies of seven family members who drowned as they attempted to cross the Aegean Sea to Europe. They had fled Islamic State militants from their home on the plains of Nineveh last year and lived in camp in Irbil since. Alice Martins The Associated Press
Iraqi Christians hold candles at a camp for the displaced in Irbil, northern Iraq, on Dec. 1 as they await the arrival of a convoy carrying the bodies of seven family members who drowned as they attempted to cross the Aegean Sea to Europe. They had fled Islamic State militants from their home on the plains of Nineveh last year and lived in camp in Irbil since. Alice Martins The Associated Press