Fears of violence grow ahead of Mosul pullout  
 

Iraq's security forces are preparing to take control of the northern city of Mosul as US forces get ready to leave.

But two local armies patrol the city - one of them loyal to the Kurdish autonomous government while the other holds allegiance to Baghdad.

Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel Hamid reports on how the split has raised fears of sectarian violence in the city.

 
 

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