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Inside a recaptured village in Iraq


Life is slowly going back to normal at a village in Fazlia, a town near Mosul that Iraqi security forces have recaptured from ISIL. But the place remains filled with landmines, and residents who evacuated are not yet allowed to return because of the dangers. Jack Barton spent time at the village and spoke with residents anxiously waiting for their loved ones to return home.

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Inside a recaptured village in Iraq


Life is slowly going back to normal at a village in Fazlia, a town near Mosul that Iraqi security forces have recaptured from ISIL. But the place remains filled with landmines, and residents who evacuated are not yet allowed to return because of the dangers. Jack Barton spent time at the village and spoke with residents anxiously waiting for their loved ones to return home.

 

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Inside a recaptured village in Iraq CREDITS

 

 

Cameraman:  Daniel Cawthorne

Editor: Daniel Cawthorne

Fixer: Arshed Baghdadi

Translator:  Sarah Halub

Music:  Dhaka by Kevin McLeod

 

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From villagers to refugees


More than 70,000 Iraqis were forced to leave Mosul when the offensive to retake the city from ISIL began, and more are expected to arrive at refugee camps. They experienced not only the horrors of running away from the crossfire, but also years of living under ISIL. Natalie Carney visited several refugee camps in northern Iraq, where people are in relative safety but still live in fear.

From villagers to refugees


More than 70,000 Iraqis were forced to leave Mosul when the offensive to retake the city from ISIL began, and more are expected to arrive at refugee camps. They experienced not only the horrors of running away from the crossfire, but also years of living under ISIL. Natalie Carney visited several refugee camps in northern Iraq, where people are in relative safety but still live in fear.

 

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From villagers to refugees CREDITS

 

Correspondent: Natalie Carney

Cameraman: Kursat Demirhan

Fixer/Producer: Vehbi Bas and Zeki Karaisik

Editor: Natalie Carney

 

 

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Not your ordinary family activity


Security protocol prevents major aid agencies from reaching many Iraqis caught in conflict. But a former US soldier has become their conduit, delivering aid to dangerous places where they're most needed. David Eubank does so with his wife and three young children, whom he says he wants to teach important life lessons. Stephanie Freid joined the family in a convoy in Mosul and saw first-hand the risks they are willing to face to help Iraq's suffering people.

Not your ordinary family activity


Security protocol prevents major aid agencies from reaching many Iraqis caught in conflict. But a former US soldier has become their conduit, delivering aid to dangerous places where they're most needed. David Eubank does so with his wife and three young children, whom he says he wants to teach important life lessons. Stephanie Freid joined the family in a convoy in Mosul and saw first-hand the risks they are willing to face to help Iraq's suffering people.

 

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Not your ordinary family activity CREDITS

 

 

CORRESPONDENT/PRODUCER: Stephanie Freid

CINEMATOGRAPHY: Gil Somekh

EDITOR: Ilan Wechsler

FIXER: Latif Habib