英國知名紀實攝影師Abbie Trayler Smith，親身走踏戰亂過後的Mosul摩蘇爾。
The road to Mosul.
Vehicles escaping the battle arrive at Hasan Sham camp in northern Iraq
Luma, 12, lives next door to a burning oil well in Qayyarah, Iraq. More than 15 wells in the town were set alight by Isis as they retreated.
Rana, 38, with her sons, Ali and Mohammed, on the roof of their house in Qayyarah, northern Iraq.
Samira Leylan, 50, at her home in Bashir. The village was retaken from Isis in May and residents have started to return home.
Dalia, five, outside a school building in Haj Ali where families sought refuge after fleeing the fighting in Mosul.
Dalia,今年五歲，此張照片攝於Haj Ali學校外。Haj Ali是個能讓從摩蘇爾逃離的家庭前往的避難點。
Yusra Abdullah, 23, is living in limbo with her five children in a chicken barn, unable to go home and unable to move.
Thana Abdulah, 42, travelled with her mother-in-law and children to Tinah camp from her village of Iman Gabi.
Thana Abdulah,42歲，從她的村莊Iman Gabi 與她的繼母和小孩旅行到Tinah camp。
Hana, 18, is an Oxfam community health promoter in the village of Owsijah.
sara age24, arrives at Hasan Sham camp for displaced people after being taken by bus straight from the battle.
Sara,24歲。在戰後達成直達巴士逃至Hasan Sham camp避難.
A rebuilt hairdressers in Jalawla that was occupied by Isis during the fighting.
All the photo credit / Abbie Trayler Smith