'We need to educate them not to travel there in the first place. If I told the police they would then arrest me and my children,' one parent said
Rowan Kamal Zine El Abidine was one of a group of medical students who left university to join Isis in March last year
Isis told Yazidis: 'Convert to Islam or die'
Sunday's attack is the deadliest explosion to hit the Iraqi capital since 2003
Exclusive: An Iraqi woman tells The Independent how her hope turned to despair
If Blair and Bush were sincere about the dangers of weapons of mass destruction, they would have invaded North Korea
Families and MPs among those calling for Mr Blair to face legal action
Reactions to the long-awaited historic report have been divided
In the run-up to the invasion, The Independent and Independent on Sunday led the public case against the government. Here, we reproduce a selection of editorials from late 2002, when controversy over the war reached boiling point
The Chilcot Report has been damning of Mr Blair's conduct
'After such carnage, people will ask inevitable questions of was conflict inevitable and worthwhile? The answer from Chilcot is undoubtedly no. And who is responsible? The answer is undoubtedly Tony Blair. There must now be a consideration of what political or legal consequences are appropriate for those responsible'
Politicians saw the report as a damning indictment of former Prime Minister Tony Blair
The Iraqi interior minister has resigned amid rising public anger over a series of attacks
It wasn't just Tony Blair who was culpable for chaos and slaughter in Iraq after the war
The UN said at least 49 of those kidnapped had been killed and up to 900 remain missing
The Chilcot report is an opportunity for Brits to think that the state is actually doing something of worth, after reducing large parts of what was an advanced and highly educated Arab nation to a smouldering slag heap