Mosul residents frustrated with slow progress rebuilding of city

Mosul's residents are ready to restore life and business to the city, but say the government's lacklustre progress in clearing rubble and restoring utilities undermines their ability to start over.

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    A year after Iraqi forces defeated ISIL in Mosul - much of the northern city, is still in ruins.

    Frustrated with the slow pace of rebuilding, one man has taken matters into his own hands.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports.


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