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United Nations says Mosul's poor struggling to get food

Reuters Tuesday, 29 November 2016
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The United Nations said on Tuesday there were indications that poorer families in Mosul are struggling to feed themselves as food prices increase following the U.S.-backed offensive on the Islamic State-held city in northern Iraq.
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News video: U.N. Warns Of Overwhelming Civilian Casualties In Mosul

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Fighting between Iraqi forces and the Islamic State in eastern Mosul is causing an overwhelming amount of civilian casualties. Last week nearly 200 wounded civilians and military personnel were transferred to a hospital. According to the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, this is the highest...

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