Tal Afar after ISIL: Iraqi army focuses on IEDs and booby traps

It is expected to take four years and up to $4bn to rebuild towns in northern Iraq destroyed under ISIL rule.

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    It is expected to take four years and up to $4bn to rebuild towns in northern Iraq destroyed under ISIL rule.

    Many of them are deserted and three million people are living in temporary shelters across the region.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Hassan Sham Camp.


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