Calls for DNA testing on bodies recovered in Iraq

Many people are still looking for their relatives, two years after the battle for the city of Mosul left many dead.

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    Many people are still looking for their relatives, two years after the battle for the city of Mosul.

    Human rights groups are calling for DNA testing on bodies recovered from the rubble to help family members who remain in limbo.

    Unless the bodies are identified, family members remain in limbo emotionally and legally.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Mosul.


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