Survival and sadness in Iraq’s Christian towns

PBS NEWSHOUR — The majority of Iraq’s Christians have fled the predominantly Muslim country as the Islamic State occupied their towns in and around Mosul. Christians have lived in the region since the start of Christianity itself, but today they number less than 250,000. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Christopher Livesay reports on how they are coping in the war-torn country.

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