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Kurdistan

‘Nobody cares,’ say displaced Iraqis who still can’t go home

By Rudaw 5/1/2018
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“We are from Mosul. We are poor,” said Um Abdullah who is living in a camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs). 

The Iraqi government has promised compensation so that those whose houses and businesses were damaged in the war can return home and rebuild, but people in this camp say they have not received anything. 

According to the UN’s migration agency IOM, more than 3.2 million displaced Iraqis have returned home as of the end of 2017. But 2.6 million are still unable to go home.

Comments

 
Eugene | 5/1/2018
They need help to get started again...Iraq should be the one to help them....they need jobs small business loans,to feel at home and to have schools and collegesand more interfracture projectd in al Mosul and other things that I have mentioned...maybe a marshall plan for 2 or 3 yrs.
Eugene | 5/1/2018
They need help to get started again...Iraq should be the one to help them....they need jobs small business loans,to feel at home and to have schools and collegesand more interfracture projectd in al Mosul and other things that I have mentioned...maybe a marshall plan for 2 or 3 yrs.
ANNA uk | 9/1/2018
More Iraqi empty promises
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