Today, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) released a report on the number of people forced to leave Iraq’s province of Ninawa and the city of Mosul.
According to the report, 137,880 people, or 22,980 families, have been displaced from Mosul and neighboring areas ever since the start of the operations. 43,728 people left the city itself.
It should be mentioned that the international coalition made quite few efforts to improve the living conditions of the refugees. Many of them suffer from the shortage of places in camps, medications, food and water.
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