Mosul residents face challenges upon returning home

At least 700,000 civilians have been displaced by the Mosul conflict.

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    At least 700,000 civilians have been displaced by the Mosul conflict.

    The Iraqi government is now focused on rebuilding the city to help those who fled from their homes.

    But security is still a major challenge as homemade bombs and explosives left by ISIL continue to claim lives.

    Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reports from Erbil.


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