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صفوان المدني Safwan Al-Madany Oct 23
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Wim Zwijnenburg Oct 27
Replying to @UNEP
After was liberated, conducted a technical assessment, underscoring the huge impact of the damage in urban areas from explosive weapons, damaginf factories and generating millions of tons of debris, mixed with toxics and UXOs 6/x
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INEW Oct 26
NEW & report shows severe & lasting impact on civilians of recent international coalition’s campaign in , & , calls for stronger international commitment against use of in populated areas. 👉
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Wim Zwijnenburg Oct 27
Replying to @bellingcat
When the offensive started in 2016, we applied these tools again to see what the intense shelling in Mosul would mean for environmental health risks, which you can read in our article, setting the stage for further research 4/x
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Angela Boskovitch Oct 23
Art where people are the medium: ُCultural org led by native receives for a new project to create oral histories of the pandemic in doorstep dialogues! ُCultural activists that personify .
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 28
When you visit , never miss the great . Coffee is matchless, music is amazing, sometimes live if you are lucky enough, the books give special aroma to it, & most importantly the resilience story it gives to Mosul. Book fairs r regularly held here.
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Saad Haadi Oct 27
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi 9h
B&W photo everyday. Today's one was taken at the Pasha Mosque, old bazaar of Mosul. Feel free to have a look at my full collection below.
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 28
Many many high apartment buildings were under construction on my campus. The compound was allocated to uni staff. When ISIS came, they started demolishing them to sell the iron bars & fund their filthy "state". It's unfixable unfortunately. Is there worse than ?
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 25
Khalid & Omar continue their inspiring work of sculpture. This time a portrait of the late world rank calligrapher, Yousif Thanoon, is installed publicly. Khalid & Omar are reinstalling ISIS demolished statues everywhere in the city of . It's a true artistic revolution.
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karmen Oct 23
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 21
Replying to @stevenacook
Your tea is already paid. Welcome to .
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ZAID🇮🇶 Oct 28
🔴Part of the resistance drill with live ammunition carried out by the newly developed factions, "the Islamic Resistance of Ashab Al Kahf", near Governorate last week. Russian TOS 220 system. 🇮🇶
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 27
This very area of old Town could be the closest to my heart. I visited it with my cam in early 2018, 1st time after ISIS. The baker was already back. He helped ppl of the area to come back too. Only 35 fams were back home then. Now it's vibrant with life.
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 24
Programming Dept of University. It was partially damaged with an airstrike. When classes resumed after , I saw students by the building. They were taking the undamaged desks & surviving books so they can move on. Later, they put a simple banner to show resilience.
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi Oct 24
Replying to @AliBaroodi
2 Iraq boarder cities were blessed with catching signals of neighboring COUNTRIES channels. In , it was the 2 Syrian channels. There were antennas everywhere in the market. Vendors bragged about their products, including signal strengthening devices. There were many myths..
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People in Need 2h
As ’s road to recovery hit a speed-bump with the pandemic 🚧🚗 PIN helped (safely) jump start 🔌 📲 the business scene in with virtual business trainings. Read how: With , and partners &
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ISCIENCES, LLC Oct 28
12-mo anomalies forecast Jul 2020-Jun 2021 for the Middle East. Intense deficit (N) . Deficits of varying intensity in (W). Surplus .
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محمد 🇮🇶 Mohammed Al Zabid Oct 24
One of the heritage houses in the old city of
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Donatella Rovera Oct 24
Three years since was ousted from & the rest of , 400,000+ Iraqis who fled or lived under ISIS - all of them Sunni - remain trapped in internment camps, forbidden to return home or too afraid of the Shi’a militias who now control the area
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