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Finding homes in ruin, destitute Iraqis return to camps


Like thousands of Iraqis displaced by the conflict against the Islamic State (IS) group Nihaya Issa and her family are forced reside in a destitute Iraqi camp in Khazir because the ruins of her home in her native Mosul are unlivable.

Added on the 25/08/2019 01:00:32 - Copyright : AFP EN

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