Iraq: The human cost of the battle for Mosul

The battle for Mosul has displaced more than 275,000 people, but the number of killed and injured civilians is harder to document.

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    Erbil: The battle for Mosul has displaced more than 275,000 people, but the number of killed and injured civilians is harder to document.

    Makeshift hospitals have been set up to deal with the constant flow of injuries as more people are caught in the crossfire.


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