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Kurdistan

Mosul’s children work long, hard hours to support their families

By Rudaw 2/8/2017
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The children of Mosul have lived a difficult life due to the occupation of ISIS in their city. Many are forced to work selling products or washing windows on the street.
 
Now that the city has been liberated, many children, some who have lost one or both parents must continue working long, hard hours in the hot Iraqi sun to support their families.
 
Reporter Nabard Hussein took to the streets of Mosul alongside these children to experience how they survived on a daily basis.
 
The life of these children is not easy, but they have no other choice if they want to survive.

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Louise Colmer | 3/8/2017
With the amount of oil in this region it is disgusting there is not more Government aid to help these vulnerable children.

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