The Wider Image: Iraqi camp families struggle to make a living
Younis Mahmoud, 21, from the Bartella district in eastern Mosul, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul with his family, shaves his customer at Khazer camp, east of Mosul, Iraq, February 6, 2017. "After Daesh took control of the city in 2014, haircuts became useless and the conditions of life very difficult... It was forbidden to shave the beard and you needed to follow some criteria to shave heads. They fined me and beat me up when I shaved the hair of one of the children with modern method." Mahmoud works in the camp's main market and earns 8,000 to 10,000 dinars a day ($7 to $8.5). "Life inside the camp is good and safe, but it's expensive." REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed SEARCH "MOSUL VENDORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.