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Faculty and students of Mosul University, which was recently retaken from ISIL, vow to save its legacy.
Middle East16 Apr 2016 07:34 GMT
The battle for Mosul is expected to drive hundreds of thousands more people towards Iraq's Kurdish region.
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Politics12 Sep 2015 15:28 GMT
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Politics10 Mar 2015 06:05 GMT
Water-sharing deal has brought conflict between Egypt and Ethiopia over massive hydroelectric dam closer to resolution.
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Middle East21 Apr 2014 08:49 GMT
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