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Five Years After Daesh Unleashed Genocide In Iraq: Survivors Are Still Waiting For Security


without an adequate safety and security network in the area, religious minorities that have just faced annihilation from the hand of Daesh fighters will never be given a true option to stay in the land of their ancestors and will be indirectly forced to leave. (Forbes Real Time) More More

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