Over 76,000 flee Mosul’s war zone

Iraqis say being ruled by ISIL has destroyed their lives. At least 76,000 people have fled the Western part of the city since the Iraqi army offensive to drive ISIL out of its last stronghold in the city began almost three weeks ago.

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    Iraqis say being ruled by ISIL has destroyed their lives.

    At least 76,000 people have fled the Western part of the city since the Iraqi army offensive to drive ISIL out of its last stronghold in the city began almost three weeks ago.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Chamakor camp, east of Mosul.


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