Divisions as Iraq looks to reshape Mosul

The Iraqi city of Mosul is being reshaped after bitter negotiations between the Iraqi government and Kurds.

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    The Iraqi city of Mosul is being reshaped after bitter negotiations between the Iraqi government and Kurds.

    Once the dust settles, question will arise as to who will control what. And where does the Kurdish territory end?

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Batnaya in northern Iraq.


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