Iraq's agriculture capacity reduced by 40% due to IS war legacy
2019-12-07
Iraq's agriculture capacity reduced by 40% due to IS war legacy

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Preserving the old film projection technique in Kirkuk‌

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A theatre performance amid the ruins of Mosul
A theatre performance amid the ruins of Mosul‌

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The human rights violations that occurred during Iraqi
The Peshmerga at the mercy of the political parties
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