Paul Wood and Kurdish fighters
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Iraq crisis: Kurds reclaim Jalawla after Islamic State defeat

Territorial gains by the so-called Islamic State have begun to be reversed in several places in Iraq.

One is the town of Jalawla which lies north-east of Baghdad, where Kurdish forces are back in control after surrendering the town in August.

The Peshmerga soldiers say they have discovered mass graves there.

The BBC's Paul Wood witnessed the fighting in Jalawla over the summer and has returned to file this report

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