With the jihadists gone, booze is back in Iraq's Mosul

With the jihadists gone, booze is back in Iraq's Mosul

With the jihadists gone, booze is back in Iraq's Mosul

Rows of yellow-labelled whiskey bottles sit alongside imported French wines, while cans of Korean beer chill in the fridge: with Iraq's Mosul free of jihadists, the booze is back. The city spent three years under the iron-fisted rule of the Islamic State group, which punished those caught drinking alcohol with public lashings or worse.