A year on: Life returns to Mosul's ruins
Radwan's son Mohammed helps his father at his tea shop, which he recently reopened in the old city of Mosul.
Mohammed, 12, left school for three years during ISIS occupation of the city. He cannot read or write and and his father can't afford to pay for the transportation to take him to school.
In the future he hopes to become a police officer because he’s afraid ISIS will come back. He says he wants to fight against them and take revenge for his cousins who were killed by ISIS militants. Two of his cousins were beheaded and one was thrown from a high building.