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Kristina Bogos Oct 20
Replying to @krisbogos
Univ’s library, torched by ISIS in battle in 2016 to create a protective smokescreen. As the univ works to restore the repository of 600,000 plus Arabic+English books+1300 year-old manuscripts it once held, donations of thousands of Russian books are not exactly helpful.
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صفوان المدني Safwan Al-Madany 18h
Mosul university today ❤️ ,
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Seth Frantzman 22h
Replying to @sfrantzman
On the way we saw an IDP camp being constructed for the hundreds of thousands expected to flee and Nineveh areas
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Garmiyan kurdistani 16h
When the bodies of 851 children out of a total of 2,665 bodies were recovered from the rubble of until October after the fightingended. And no one pays attention to the news and does not care about any importance not responsible and not their sectarian channels
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Kirkuknow Oct 20
The Sheikhan-Nawran main road connecting with Duhok province formally reopened on Saturday, following an agreement reached between Ninaw police command and the .
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Sagvan Shivan 13h
Indeed, it's very complicated areas. Unfortunately both Govs make more complicated it's almost a year the road is closed. They are forcing to take ones which reminds us the cruelty of this city. It's shame for them to abuse our people.
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Barzani Charity Foundation 15h
is planning to open a law clinic in to provide legal services to women in the province and represent them in the court by specialized lawyers. For this purpose, the lawyers are provided with legal training in Erbil. Photos: Training session for lawyers in
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Mosul Eye عين الموصل Oct 17
People now are organising campaigns for in Japan, United States, France, UK and many other countries. I will not stop until I achieve my goals. I will put Mosul on the global map again.
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MSF Iraq 15h
Wall of dreams This activity was set up by our wonderful team. On this wall at ’s post-operative care facility in East , the discharged patients put their hand prints and write their dreams for the future before they leave.
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Tasaduq Mushtaq 13h
This is not . This is and the world has chosen to ignore this poor place because it sees the opressor as a big market for investment.
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Ali Y. Al-Baroodi 18h
is a good chance for Iraqi scholars to join a 10 week visit to American Universities. Photo from an introductory symposium an hour ago on University campus. That visit Changed a lot in me.
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Humans of Mosul 18h
It’s a rainy day in , but life goes on.
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Saad Haadi 12h
You can see more pictures from my Photography Art:
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Unicef UK 16h
Students are excited to show their new backpacks! Unicef has rebuilt 280 schools in that will allow 12,750 students to return to the classroom this year. However, there are more than 12,000 children who are still deprived of an education. : an education.
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Rudaw English 10h
24 looted antiquities recovered in house raid: police
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Stefanie Oct 20
Recent to visit to war-torn . The city continues to be littered with deadly explosives. Proud to be part of the effort which seeks to get rid of these death traps.
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Mosul Eye عين الموصل 6h
Running to the future. This is . Don't know how to describe her feelings... would you describe it please?
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William A Barros 16h
When "INVADED" they did NOT destroyed the City, why? Were they popular? Can this be the True for and others cities too? Where are the population happy to be "liberated"? WAR=LIES!
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Bernard-Henri Lévy Oct 18
Today’s . My piece about the hidden synagogue of Mosul. , in its stupidity, hadn't understood that, converted into a cache for ammunition, stood a house of worship & a reminder of ’s once strong Jewish community. Incredible story.
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Jorge Luis Lopez Esq Oct 16
RT : recently celebrated in , Babel, Karbala, , Dohuk and other governorates of…
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