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Iraqi families fleeing IS violence

The Iraqi capital Baghdad continues to receive a growing numbers of people fleeing from the ongoing conflict against Islamic State militants.

Throughout Iraq, more than two million people are estimated to have been displaced since January last year.

Most of them come from the western province of Anbar. The government and international community are struggling to meet their needs.

Ahmed Maher reports.

  • 26 Feb 2015
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