Pope Francis on Sunday visited parts of northern Iraq that were held by Islamic State (IS) militants on the third day of his historic trip to the country.
Christians were among those targeted by IS when they seized the region in 2014, carrying out human rights abuses.
The Pope prayed among ruined churches in Mosul, the former IS stronghold, before meeting Christians in Qaraqosh.
Celebrating Mass at a stadium in Irbil, the last big set piece of his visit, he said Iraq would remain in his heart.
Thousands of people attended the service despite Covid concerns.