In this Dec. 26, 2018 photo, a displaced woman cleans in Bzeibiz camp, Anbar province, Iraq. A little over a year since the country fought its last battle against the Islamic State group, but well before it has gotten a handle on reconstruction, Iraq is closing its camps for the displaced and casting vulnerable families into a maelstrom of peril.
In this Dec. 26, 2018 photo, a displaced woman cleans in Bzeibiz camp, Anbar province, Iraq. A little over a year since the country fought its last battle against the Islamic State group, but well before it has gotten a handle on reconstruction, Iraq is closing its camps for the displaced and casting vulnerable families into a maelstrom of peril. Philip Issa AP Photo
In this Dec. 26, 2018 photo, a displaced woman cleans in Bzeibiz camp, Anbar province, Iraq. A little over a year since the country fought its last battle against the Islamic State group, but well before it has gotten a handle on reconstruction, Iraq is closing its camps for the displaced and casting vulnerable families into a maelstrom of peril. Philip Issa AP Photo