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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: Iraqi forces inflict heavy toll on ISIL fighters in Mosul

Iraqi forces inflict heavy toll on ISIL fighters in Mosul 01:12

Iraqi special forces claim to have killed nearly 1,000 ISIL militants in the battle for Mosul. The six-week old offensive to re-take the jihadists’s stronghold has seen Iraqi troops enter about a quarter of the city on its eastern outskirts where they are now moving cautiously to avoid civilian...

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