October 26, 2016 21:32 IST

Fleeing one war-torn country for another

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Iraqi refugees that fled violence in Mosul get inspected from rebel fighters upon arrival in al-Kherbeh village, northern Aleppo province, Syria. Credit: Reuters
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A refugee girl rests, among Iraqi refugees that fled violence in Mosul and internally displaced Syrians whom fled Islamic State controlled areas in Deir al-Zor, near the Iraqi border, in Hasaka Governorate. Credit: Reuters
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Iraqi refugees that fled violence in Mosul and internally displaced Syrians who fled Islamic State controlled areas in Deir al-Zor, buy food and water near the Iraqi border, in Hasaka Governorate. Credit: Reuters
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Iraqi refugees that fled violence in Mosul and internally displaced Syrians who fled Islamic State controlled areas in Deir al-Zor, buy food and water near the Iraqi border, in Hasaka Governorate. Credit: Reuters
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Iraqi refugees that fled violence in Mosul wait to enter Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) controlled land, near the Iraqi border, in Hasaka Governorate. Credit: Reuters