Destroyed buildings line a street in Sinjar, Iraq. The town was taken over by the ISIS militant group in August 2014. It was liberated in 2015, but it no longer looks the same.
An electricity socket is melted on a wall in Sinjar. Dutch photographer Teun Voeten visited the town last month.
These human bones were dug up from mass graves near Sinjar. ISIS militants executed men and boys from the Yazidi minority group.
A cemetery on Mount Sinjar. It was set up by the Kurdistan Workers' Party and Kurdish militia forces to provide graves and memorials for fallen Peshmerga fighters. Peshmerga fighters helped liberate Sinjar last year.
The entrance to a heavily damaged house in Sinjar. Voeten has covered wars for about 25 years, but he said this was "destruction on a scale I have rarely witnessed before."
Sheep walk down a deserted street in Sinjar.
The remnants of a ransacked church on Mount Sinjar.
A discarded pistol lies on the ground in Sinjar.
This house was used by ISIS militants in Sinjar. It has Islamic graffiti and tunnels blasted through the walls.
Part of a mannequin lies outside destroyed shops in Sinjar.
Plastic foam is melted on a building's wall.
A border checkpoint, close to the border with Syria, is manned by Yazidi militia.