Kirkuk farmers unable to sell their summer produce due to imported mass-produced cheap fruit and vegetable
2020-07-12
Kirkuk farmers unable to sell their summer produce due to imported mass-produced cheap fruit and vegetable

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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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