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After Mosul: How to win the peace in Iraq?

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It's now a matter of waiting for the last pockets of resistance to use up all their munitions. Iraqis celebrating the liberation of Mosul from Islamic State militants after three years of occupation. But the retaking of Iraq's second city comes at a very high cost. Lives have been lost and trust has been broken between Sunni, Shia, Kurdish, Yazidi communities. Can one of the world's oldest cities rebound? If so, how? What role for Baghdad?

Added on the 10/07/2017 20:18:43 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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