Battle for Mosul: Concerns over post-ISIL sectarianism

The Iraqi government says it has won the battle for Mosul, ISIL's stronghold since 2014.

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    The Iraqi government says it has won the battle for Mosul, ISIL's stronghold since 2014.

    But there are fears that the Shia-led government may not address concerns from Mosul's multi-faith and ethnic population, leading to sectarian divides.

    Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reports from Erbil.


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