One civilian and two militants killed during clashes west of Kirkuk City
2020-08-13
One civilian and two militants killed during clashes west of Kirkuk City

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Thousand of people still live in displacement; let's give the IDPs a voice‌

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Harvesting olives at Ezidis' Lalish temple
Harvesting olives at Ezidis' Lalish temple‌

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New ISIS strategy: Targeting high-ranking officers Five fire outbreaks in Duhok’s IDP camps within one month Daqua district dotted with pictures of political and military figures Kirkuk water shortage issue partially solved Another IDP camp in Dukok put under quarantine due to COVID-19 outbreak

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