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Rafiodice 3h
2 m Iraqis are waiting to return to their homes and the EU wants to ensure their right to do so in safety. Today in P Amilhat signed 2 agreements supporting demining and local development for €58.5 million
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jane arraf Nov 10
Amazing. A concert near the building in where ISIS threw people to their deaths.
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Lucia Goracci Nov 16
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Mosul Times Dec 9
new books published in Mosul this year 2018 Times
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Nasser Rabbat Sep 30
He will be speaking at the Aga Khan program lecture series at MIT on December 3rd on reviving the heritage of . Room 3-133 at 6:00 pm. Free. All welcome.
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HaLan ibrahim Shekha Nov 10
Today in Mosul, we listened to Music in front the building where ISIS terrorists used to throw people off the building.
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GoNews Nov 21
Hymn of Hope: Well over a year after being liberated from ISIS, the Iraqi city of will take years to rebuild. But amid the debris, music has returned to its people. Download app for more: Android  iPhone 
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صفوان المدني Safwan Al-Madany Dec 3
house of my family.. Hadid family.. One of the oldest houses in old ​ and one of the most beautiful architectural antiquity -135 years old- (entered the Department of Antiquities) .. Sadly I saw beautiful heritage today became a dump for waste.
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Mustafa Habib Nov 9
While the people are making hard efforts to re-life and overcome extremist ideas, both local & federal govts didn’t take real support for people, if the govt can’t start to reconstruction, at least it must prevent extremist ideas, thousands of soldiers there, no excuses
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Maya Gebeily Nov 4
With banks in still unauthorised to transfer money in & out of the city, how do salaries get paid & bills settled there? The good old envelopes-stuffed-with-cash-under-the-car-seat. 's Mohammad Salim reports:
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Irfan Nov 16
My fellow from the Mountains of to the Marshes of to the ice cold waters of the Tigris flowing through there is much more to then the Desert they show on the news. It is a land as old as time itself...and with just as much history.
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smartone Dec 10
shiaa hashid on steals buildings and holy sunni places by force , it seems is violence are getting close !
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jane arraf Nov 26
In . Pet shops are back and with them this very sad monkey in a small cage. The only thing that distracted him from compulsively running in circles was an orange. Still a thriving trade in the Middle East for animals that shouldn't be pets.
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Humans of Mosul Dec 10
It’s quite a party out here at the al-Nasr Square in , as people celebrate that marks the defeat of ISIS in Iraq.
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WH Dispatches Dec 7
Welcome news from work begins to clear debris at the site of ’s iconic 12thC al-Nuri mosque, severely damaged by Daesh during its occupation of the city, and marking the first step towards its reconstruction.
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Yacoub الخضر Al-Khder Dec 9
Replying to @IAlsodani
Absolutely true. We have seen that during the liberation of and how Moslawi welcomed the troops, mostly originally from the South, who came to liberate them from ISIS
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Official @Coalition Representative 6h
In response to questions re Stabilisation in ;The through is working on more than 2391 projects in liberated areas of .760 of them are underway in Mosul alone incl.rubble removal, water treatment, hospital refurbishment & schools.
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Haidar Sumeri Dec 8
Congratulations to the liberator of and the man who struck fear into the hearts of Da’ish, Lt. Gen. Abdul-Wahab Al-Sa’adi, on becoming the new commander of ’s Counter Terrorism Service 🇮🇶 Easily the country’s most competent military commander. Well deserved.
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Dr. M Nov 10
Found these illustrations in a manuscript as a warning: "If you still steal this book, the rope of David will be on your neck" A funny guy from drew this around 1863. Probably he had some books stolen and the nice words didn't work, so he wanted to scare potential thieves.
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Vincent Volle Dec 6
All those climate models in one dimension defined around a principal sink, any social media in two dimensions without an apparent horizon, it is percolating in 4D: these are the Fab Four!
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