As life returns to Kirkuk, ISIL still threatening residents

People who fled the Iraqi city of Kirkuk are slowly returning, a year after government forces took back control from Kurdish Peshmerga fighters. But the threat of violence still hangs over the city.

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    People who fled the Iraqi city of Kirkuk are slowly returning, a year after government forces took back control from Kurdish Peshmerga fighters.

    But the threat of violence still hangs over the city, with security forces on the outskirts still battling to flush out remnants of ISIL.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports.


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