Mosul still in ruins one year after 'liberation' from ISIL

The people of Mosul’s discontent is growing towards the government and forces that came to liberate them, but who seem to have abandoned them since.

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    It's been a year since Iraqi forces and their allies brought ISIL's three-year occupation of Mosul to an end.

    But Iraq’s second-largest city remains in ruins.

    Many living in the rubble feel their government and the world have abandoned them.

     

    Al Jazeera's as Mereana Hond reports.


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